William Shakespeare

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Noun1.William Shakespeare - English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616)William Shakespeare - English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616)
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Argo and Caedmon are, I believe, no more and so it is wonderful to my mind to have seasoned, handpicked voices evoking the magic of the Swan of Avon so well on this much welcome anthology.
The Chinese Dragon and The Swan of Avon On the recent Anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth Year 9 students from Finham Park , who are taking the Mandarin GCSE course at Finham Park, attended a performance of "the Swan of Avon" at Sidney Stringer Academy.
WESTON Square steps: Create a Sweet Swan of Avon and cygnets out of paper.
I suppose it's his own fault for writing so much good stuff, but no-one in the world of literature can have been quite so misrepresented and misquoted in assignments as the sweet Swan of Avon.
Having frequently hung out with Cleo and her retinue, often according to the Swan of Avon, I was looking forward to an infusion of something good, or at least something, from Stacy Schiff's new hot-off-the-presses corporate product.
Sweet swan of Avon? Well, swans have nasty tempers.
Everybody knows: "I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips" - a clear indication that, at some stage in his development, the Swan of Avon was something of a doggie man.