Okay I’ll admit it. I haven’t been sticking to the read-one-book-at-a-time plan.
It can get confusing when you have several books on the go, but I think I’ve managed to keep each story separate from the others. Like this one:
Hamlet had a ponderous dream where he saw the grotesque ghost of Frankenstein’s monster. The monster demanded that he take his revenge on the nasty Heathcliff, who was married to flirtatious Juliet but in love with sweet Tess of the d’Urbevilles. Hamlet then received an important letter from jolly Postman Pat, informing him that he had received a sum of money. Hamlet believed the money had come from the obsessed old Miss Havisham, but when he falls asleep at the ancient altar of Stonehenge waiting for his arrest, he realizes his benefactor is Heathcliff’s evil brother, Claudius – the man he is supposed to kill…