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I play in a student theatre company, I suck at it, & I want to change it. My greatest problems are with body language and intonation (we play Shakespare, and I am not a native speaker), but since I am a complete amateur, basically anything will be helpful.
Can you recommend me some books/ websites/ whatever that would help me improve my acting?
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Hey /lit/, why don't we have an interesting discussion thread?
Who, if anyone, would be the best swordsman (no magic or any shit like that involved, just pure skill.) in literary canon?
Unfortunately my knowledge is rather limited on the topic, but me and my friend were having a discussion after finishing the Wheel of Time series and we thought that in that particular series Lan Mandragoran would be the best swordsman. The discussion evolved to other literary universes, and names such as Lancelot himself, Duncan Idaho, Arthur Dayne, Shiro the Knight of the Cross and Drizzt were thrown around, but there may be more around.
If a massive tournament were to be held, who would win as a Master Swordsman?