|Reviews for Muddling Shakespeare|
| RicardianScholar Clark-Weasley chapter 3 . 12/30/2012
yes they had! divorce - or what the Church preferred to call annulment - had been around since at least the establishment of the Catholic Church. it's a sad thing but people pretend to be too related (or suddenly remember they're too related) to get out of marriage. i'm sure Rosalind could have found a shared grandparent or something. she's clever enough.
then again it wouldn't have the same impact as your ending did if you involved all that. i loved this chapter, very reminisciant (sp?) of Apollo in Percy Jackson with the terrible haikus and one of my favourite plays too boot. Merry (late) Christmas and a Happy New Year. please update again soon!
| Cordelia Rosencrantz chapter 2 . 8/24/2012
Thanks, dude! Hamlet is my favorite Shakespeare play too! I actually put on the play just a few months ago!
A Anyways this is awesome!
| RicardianScholar Clark-Weasley chapter 2 . 8/24/2012
*snickers* that's hilarious. looking forwards to the next update
| RicardianScholar Clark-Weasley chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
oh dear lord that was sheer brilliance as a satire. i can't help but ask if Tom Hiddleston's Prince Hal had been the inspiration for the nickname you gave the character. can't wait for more!
| Cordelia Rosencrantz chapter 1 . 8/2/2012
Pfffffff! I laughed at a lot of parts! Best Henry the V parody I have read!