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  • Introduction to this textbook Authors The Life of William Shakespeare  (June 11, 2008) The World of William Shakespeare  (June 11, 2008) Overview  (June 11, 2008)
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  • William Shakespeare Peteturtle - Wow. I started this project about a year or two ago. It surprises me how much it has grown. Hedwig0407 - try to contribute
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  • Who do we mean when we speak of this person, Shakespeare? Shakespeare is William Shakespeare, one of the English-speaking world's greatest playwrights
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  • Tempest Cymbeline They were all written late in Shakespeare's career. The Two Noble Kinsmen, of which Shakespeare was co-author, is sometimes included in this
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  • allow anyone surfing the web to be able to use a reliable text about Shakespeare's works (his plays and poems). Also, along with every play, there is
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  • Earlier in his life Romeo and Juliet Macbeth King Lear Hamlet Othello Titus Andronicus Julius Caesar Antony and Cleopatra Coriolanus Troilus and Cressida
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  • To be or not to be that is the question.
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  • The Life and Death of King John is a history by w:William Shakespeare, written during or before 1598]]. This play is one of only two of the Shakespearean
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  • Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eighth is a history by William Shakespeare, written around 1603. It is one of only two Shakespearean histories
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  • found within Shakespeare's last will and testament Talk to William Shakespeare - Have a real conversation with the William Shakespeare chatbot, bot active
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  • This section does not cover the Sonnets of Shakespeare. The poems found within are considered to be separate entities from his plays and sonnets. The
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  • The name Iago is a Spanish name, in English the name is James. When England was under attack by Spain the King was King Iago so to the British the name
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  • Lake of tear It became a lake of tear For deploring an empty That will never be supplied Melancholy in my face For have lost some I love. And this
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  • A good number of Shakespeare's plays have been lost to time. Others have been mis-attributed or wrongly attributed to other authors. One example of this
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  • mental well-being. Brave New World contains a number of quotes from Shakespeare's plays. In fact, the title comes from Act V, Scene I of The Tempest:
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  • Shakespeare's tragedies often hinge on a fatally flawed character or system, that is, a flaw ultimately results in death or destruction. Scholars divide
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  • Shakespeare covered a wide range of themes and characters in his comedies. Three comedies that were performed and published in 1594, towards the end of
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  • his sonnets have directly declared this intent. Before the arrival of Shakespeare, most poets followed the form of what is known as the Petrarchan sonnet:
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  • and was written to accompany a marriage celebration. Unlike most of Shakespeare's other works, there is very little borrowing from other works. (For
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  • Let the bird of loudest lay, On the sole Arabian tree, Herald sad and trumpet be, To whose sound chaste wings obey. But thou shrieking harbinger, Foul
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