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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

By William Shakespeare

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This work is a part of the Lit2Go collection, a collaboration between the Florida Department of Education and the University of South Florida College of Education. Lit2Go is dedicated to supporting literacy teaching and learning by providing access to historically and culturally significant literature in K-12 schools.

Customer Reviews

Disgusting tongue sounds

The reader flaps his tongue and smacks his lips disgustingly audibly (the fault of the sound crew, not of the reader). He reads fairly well but u won't want these mouth sounds in the porches of your ear. Sorry.

Excellently Read

Rick Kistner, which I assume she referred to in the previous complaint, is an excellent reader. He doesn't over do the voices to explain the jokes to the reader or insert his own emotion onto a story. He reads it without being monotone as well, using the perfect amount of emphasis. Lit 2 Go in general is offering an amazing public service to those of us who find audiobooks to be outrageously expensive. I have downloaded all the audiobooks that they offer.

Boring to listen to

You all should make it more interactive and fun to listen to. This is downright boring and offers no commentary really, just the plain text being read aloud, how are we supposed to interpret Shakespearean language without guidance?