Some of the insults in the book are not in Shakespeare--like "insolent cracker." If anyone can tell me where that is, I'll up the star rating. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lot
this was a gift for my daughter. caution.....shakespeare is often bawdy, so some of the entries are a bit blue. if a gift, make sure it's age appropriate. Read morePublished 15 months ago by blueflyer
A fun read, even if it's sometimes tough to remember The Bard's barbs in the heat of the moment! (I don't think I'll ever call anyone a "whoreson knave" but I have found... Read morePublished 17 months ago by NT Deb
If you like a put down that is so sly you don't release you have been dogged until you see your own tail wagging, well, this one is for you.Published 19 months ago by Steve R.
Goes along with the mug of Shakespeare insults. Hubby loves words and this should be lots of enjoyment for him to learn some extra insults to fly over the heads of the unaware....Published 20 months ago by Cookie Baker
Shakespeare boiled down to the greatest lines. If you ever wanted get the last word and leave someone with a blank look this is a fine way to do so.Published on April 26, 2012 by Kyle
Shakespeare's Insults is a thoroughly researched and well-presented documentation of The Bard's inventive invective. Read morePublished on August 14, 2008 by C. Christopher Key