The book takes its title from Sonnet 18, which closes with this lovely couplet:
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,Second, this week's rules on how to enter:
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.
Drop me a comment to this post - this one, the one you are now reading - quoting your favorite line from my Julius Caesar summary AND/OR leave a comment telling me your favorite part of each individual summaries by leaving a comment on the individual summary posts. That's SIX CHANCES TO ENTER: one per summary, plus this bonus here.
The summary posts are:
Act I - BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH!
Act II - Conspiracy!
Act III - Et tu Bruté?
Act IV - Waiting for the other sandal to fall
Act V - "and then the conspirators die. The End."
If you think that I'm (shamelessly) trying to get more comments, you're kinda right - I spent hours and hours writing my summaries and got very little feedback, and, as you may know, comments sometimes feel like love. So - comment to win this wonderful book, folks! And what could be easier than quoting me back to me? It's almost cut-and-paste simple! In fact, it is cut-and-paste simple!
This here contest closes at noon Eastern time on Tuesday, since I've got a make-up contest to run between now and the end of next week. I sure hope some of you will enter. (Note to Jennifer Hubbard: Your entries are duly noted, and you've scored a BONUS entry for your post