I had to laugh when I started reading the introduction to the Kittredge edition of this play. It said something along the lines of "This play is known for having no plot and too many puns." Oh boy... I knew I was in trouble.
I had a hard time getting through this book. Part of it was how some of the characters spoke and part of it was due to having virtually no plot. Sure, I laughed at a few puns. The characters would play off something that the other said and it would be amusing, but in the end I thought, "What are they doing? What did that accomplish?"
I don't have a lot to say other than I understand why I was never taught this play in school or ever heard of this play being taught. As a teacher in training, I'd definitely skip over this one.
I give 'Love's Labour's Lost':