- #Bigdata spin off on the data on Shakespeare’s classics, provides new insights into his books and concepts. According to queries spawned off on words used by Shakespeare in his books, it appears that the infamous book of love and romance has the word “love”, only 134 times. While this is a good number, it should also be noted that in the book “Sonnets”, the word of Love has been written 157 times, higher than in the book “Romeo and Juliet. Midsummer night’s dream has 102 times and “Two gentlemen of Verona” has 147 times mentioned. Also note there is ONLY ONE MORE BOOK where the word has been written more than hundred times, the book is “As You Like It”. According to psychological factors and free association principles perhaps, the more words you use , a human mind has less of the feelings when the word is used more times. According to #bigdata interpretations, as you derive #Value from the bigdata from Shakespeare’s books, should you interpret that the book that was heavily known to be a classic romance and love, is NOT really a book of love ? or should you interpret the imaginative mind which stylized and exaggerated the term “Love” ? Nevertheless, there is data and now it is time to derive the value. May be, we will get to know a different Shakespeare who did not always write books of love and perhaps, Romeo and Juliet was not really a book of love. “Wait until dark” because, for the blind knows more when the light goes off and darkness falls. Now, I hear the howling of the jackals and animals from the jungles, a frog croaked, snakes hissed. There was somewhere far, a distant roar echoing from the dark jungle where leaves shivered and rain fell cold…Enjoy The Halloween.
We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life, is rounded with a sleep.
Better three hours too soon than a minute too late.
We know what we are, but know not what we may be. ~ Shakespeare