Brush up on Your Shakespeare -- Quiz
Test your knowledge about William Shakespeare. Identify the play (or other work by William Shakespeare) in which the following lines appear...
Profile: William Shakespeare
(1564-1616) British writer. William Shakespeare is recognized as one of the greatest writers of all time, known for works like "Hamlet," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Romeo and Juliet," "Othello," "The Tempest," and many other works. Read more about the life and works of William Shakespeare.
William Shakespeare - A Short Biographical Dictionary
Read about William Shakespeare, from "A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature."
William Shakespeare - A History of English Literature
Read more about William Shakespeare, "A History of English Literature."
Interred with Their Bones
Interred with Their Bones is one of those books I love to hate. It called to me from the shelf--with promises of tie-ins to Shakespeare's plays and history. Yeah, there's a lot to tempt me.
Shakespeare Collections -- The Works of William Shakespeare -- Must Reads in...
You want to read the works of William Shakespeare, because he's one of the greatest writers of all time. But, where do you start? These collections are the perfect way to be introduced to a Shakespeare's works, as you read critical material, background history, and biographical information about the master himself. Read these collections of...
Filthy Shakespeare: Shakespeare's Most Outrageous Sexual Puns
With Filthy Shakespeare: Shakespeare's Most Outrageous Sexual Puns, Pauline Kiernan offers a modern-day translation of some of the most hilarious (and would-be controversial) lines in William Shakespeare's plays.
O Mistress Mine - William Shakespeare
Read "O Mistress mine," by William Shakespeare: "O Mistress mine, where are you roaming? / O, stay and hear; your true love's coming..."
Do you really know what love is? Some of the greatest writers in history give their take...
Shakespeare Quotes - What have famous writers said about Shakespeare?
Many of the most famous writers in literary history have had something to say about William Shakespeare.