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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For all over the world, wherever poetry is read and plays are played, the name of William Shakespeare is known and reverenced.
Shakespeare's full name was William Shakespeare. He did not always spell it the same way.
In London itself, though in the old rustic road towards a suburb of note where in the days of William Shakespeare, author and stage- player, there were Royal hunting-seats--howbeit no sport is left there now but for hunters of men--Bleeding Heart Yard was to be found; a place much changed in feature and in fortune, yet with some relish of ancient greatness about it.
89-174; Edward Dowden, 'Shakspere Primer,' 119 ff.; Barrett Wendell, 'William Shakspere,' 250 ff.; Georg Brandes, 'William Shakespeare,' one vol.
"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare" is a hilarious comedy combining all of Shakespeare's plays into one production!
One day I wrote her name upon the strand Mr Kureshi said then came William Shakespeare (1564-1616) on the scene.
It had long been thought there were no more contemporary documents linked to William Shakespeare to be discovered
'Akerele Sefunmi Prizes for Shakespeare Plays will be given to high achieving young scholars of William Shakespeare plays and the prizes package will include a visit to Stratford-Upon-Avon in England, which is the birthplace of Shakespeare.
ROMEO ET JULIETTE -De William SHAKESPEARE -Mise en scene d Eric RUF -Choregraphie : Glyslein LEFEVER - Image Credit: Vincent PONTET Staff Report
New Delhi [India], Apr 19 ( ANI ): An exhibition celebrating William Shakespeare's impact across South Asia is being held at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire this month.
"The spectacular new attraction - think Jules Verne meets Thomas Edison and HG Wells with a hefty dose of William Shakespeare - will be packed with magical experiences," said a spokesman for Magic Alley.
Shapiro's 1606: William Shakespeare and the Year of Lear looks at the year in which Shakespeare wrote King Lear, Macbeth and Antony and Cleopatra.