Shakespeare is brought to the present and takes a course in Shakespeare.
This is fluff, short, funny enough in its own way, and done with quickly—rather the literary equivalent of a candy bar. The punch line is perhaps kind of silly (but reasonable, considering the fact that Asimov himself was once asked, “Just because you wrote a story, why does that make you think you know anything about it?"), but that’s neither here nor there since the story has no higher ambitions than what it achieves: nice, but not outstanding.
|Earth Is Room Enough|
|Raintree Reading Series 1|
|Complete Stories, The, Vol. 1|
|The Best Science Fiction of Isaac Asimov|