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Provides information on the life, works, and world of William Shakespeare. Included are the texts of Shakespeare's complete plays and poetry.
Resource for Shakespeare's plays, sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and Globe Theatre. Includes study guides, commentaries, play summaries, timeline, authorship debate.
|Art to Enchant: Illustrators and Shakespeare|
A collection of illustrated editions of Shakespeare from 1744 through 1986.
|Complete Works of William Shakespeare, The|
The plays and poems in searchable HTML format, with a biography and some other articles.
|Juliet and Her Romeo in the New Millennium|
A post modern English short film version of Romeo and Juliet, celebrating the bawdy spirit and clever wordplay of Shakespeare's original text.
|No Sweat Shakespeare|
Shakespeare resources: e-books, translations, sonnets and a range of Shakespeare essays and resources.
|Shakespeare Mystery, The|
Theorizes that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, a poet and intimate of Queen Elizabeth I, was the real bard. Contains debates, articles, perspectives from the Stratfordians and Oxfordians.
|Shakespeare: Subject to Change|
Learn more about Shakespeare. His language, altered texts, writing and printing process, and interpretations of Hamlet.
|Treasures in Full: Shakespeare in Quarto|
Contains 93 copies of 21 plays by Shakespeare printed in quarto. The site allows page-by-page comparison of different quarto editions and copies of the plays.
|Internet Shakespeare Editions|
Fully annotated texts of Shakespeare's plays, materials that deal with the overall structure, database of historical and current performance records.
|RhymeZone Shakespeare Search|
Search engine to find specific Shakespearean lines.
|Shakespeare Resource Center|
Provides a biography, play synopses, text of Shakespeare's last will and testament, list of recommended books, information and annotated links on the authorship debate, the Globe Theatre, Elizabethan England.
Search through passages from Shakespeare's plays and sonnets. Filter by character or by work.
Random insulting quotes from Shakespeare or ones that sound like they should be.