This source suggests that many colleges are dropping Shakespeare in part not just because the Bard makes today's writers look like blog-writing hacks in their pajamas, but also because of the sexual references in his writing.
This is, of course, bizaare in a college culture where "hooking up" has replaced dating or courtship, you'd think, but think again. A few might be offended at the content, but perhaps a more coherent explanation is that the passion of Juliet makes today's hookup culture look like the pathetic excuse for love that it is, and those "unfortunate" enough to read the classics might start asking for "more of that."
Not the form, the power. - When you walk away from God, bad things happen. Even the most religious find themselves corrupted. The example below is from a description of a book writte...
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