Sakuntala - David Alan Devor Honors-101 Dr Stolz akuntal I...

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David Alan Devor September 21, 2006 Honors-101 Dr. Stolz Śakuntalā I really enjoyed reading the play, and am glad that a group of students will be performing it this year. I would love to see this play performed live. At first I thought that this was going to be a boring piece of literature. It then seemed interesting, but I thought it was going to end up like a Greek tragedy with a very unhappy ending. Especially when the King couldn’t remember who Śakuntalā was, a girl he used to be in love with. However, in the end I realized how modern the play seemed, and how much I actually enjoyed reading it. I decided that this play was written to be spoken aloud, and that was exactly how I was going to read it. I told my friend Liz Ray, another honors student, about my idea. She
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