Over the past couple weeks I have, in the interest of science, carefully extrapolated what would happen if Hamlet, Coriolanus, and Cleopatra all had to deal with the infamous bear attack from The Winter's Tale. This has been a fascinating (to me, anyways) experiment, but one scenario remains unaddressed. How would Antigonus, the poor sap who originally got eaten by the bear in The Winter's Tale, really deal with a bear attack?
Oh Antigonus. How could you.