“Why, I have not another tear to shed...” Titus Andronicus from Titus Andronicus.
While I found this to be a relatively light read, much of best humour came from Mistress Page, Ford, & Quickly. Anne Page gets some good lines, too. But otherwise this was a depleted & rather slow-brained Falstaff, & a lot of the hijinks felt forced. Some good lines but otherwise pretty meh, sadly. The spot of misogyny of a man hitting an old woman (though that woman was Falstaff in disguise) was a major yikes. #ShakespeareReadAlong @GingerAntics
I have to admit, this one took me awhile to get into... my first thought was not Falstaff again 🙄... but I quickly fell in love watching the Merry Wives of Windsor give this drunken schemer his due, I even felt a tiny bit bad for him by the end (not much though) and enjoyed the conclusion of this tale.