SHAKESPEARE FOR SLACKERS: MACBETH by Aaron Kite and Audrey Evans is licensedunder a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 US license.Based on a work which may appear at www.kiteanic.com, among other places.Permissions beyond the scope of this license might be available at www.kiteanic.com, although I mightmake you say 'pretty please' or something equally infantile before granting them. I'm immature like that.The scanning, uploading, and distribution of this book via the internet or via any other means is not onlyway uncool, but it would probably really, really hurt my feelings. Seriously. There might even be tears.You wouldn't want to be responsible for something like that happening, would you?This book is a derivative work based on Shakespeare. Any character's resemblance to any person, livingor dead, is entirely coincidental. It happens. Know what? The
same thing happened to me just the other day! I was reading this book, and halfway through there was this character that showed up out of nowhere,and I thought to myself, “Holy crap – that's me!” Seriously, it was spooky. He didn't last too long in thestory . . . I think he got turned into a blood smear by an alien after twenty pages or so. Really sad. WhenI was done the book, I went to the front, and there was this disclaimer saying that none of the characterswere based on real people. And I could have
it was me, too! So yeah, if the same thing happens toyou when you read about a character in this book, just remember that I know exactly how you feel.Oh, and no complaining about the font I used for all the original text. You know, the stuff at the left.I mean, it's Shakespeare – It's
to be hard to read!