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English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616)

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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.
Susanna, the eldest of William Shakespeare's three children, lived at Hall's Croft with her husband John Hall, an eminent physician, until they moved to her father's home, New Place, in 1616 following his death.
William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and The Story of Rome
EXPERTS believe William Shakespeare's links with Knowsley date back to the 1580s when, as a teenager, he was forced to flee his native Stratford.
A RARE document signed by one of William Shakespeare's most important patrons was sold at auction for pounds 250 yesterday.
This chapter is perhaps best appreciated when read alongside a later chapter that discusses the resurfacing of material in Baz Luhrman's film William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet from Brooke's verse narrative, which was omitted from Shakespeare's play.
Viewers familiar with William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night will enjoy the similarities in 18th-century playwright Marivaux's The Triumph of Love, yet another take on hidden identity and the love-hate battle of the sexes.
I still remember his admonition, "If you remember just one thing from this English course, let it be that William Shakespeare wrote William Shakespeare's plays." He thought Calvin Hoffman's 1955 book The Murder of the Man Who Was "Shakespeare" set the record straight.
Teenagers languishing in today's suburbs might not be able to quote any Shakespearean couplets, but they have undoubtedly seen Leonardo DiCaprio yearn for Clare Danes on the big screen in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Thereafter he was regularly with William Shakespeare's company (Chamberlain's Men; after 1603, King's Men) and retired about 1623.
Actors from the Reduced Shakespeare Company as they perform an abridged version of the William Shakespeare's works at 37,000ft
Ian McKellen in the Royal Shakespeare Company's King Lear is a DVD presentation of William Shakespeare's great play of tragedy and betrayal.
Accidentally inciting the Bard's wrath, he flees, liberates a captive bear, rescues a timid baron from the tower of London, all the while evading William Shakespeare's furious pursuit.
He also asserts that Shakeshafte would have been much older than 18, which was William Shakespeare's age at that time.
In the all-star screen adaptation of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, already in theaters, Everett reigns as Oberon, the bare-chested king of the fairies, who manipulates the love lives of a pack of moonstruck mortals (including Ally McBeal's Calista Flockhart) before walking off into the sunrise with Michelle Pfeiffer's fairy queen.