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  • Witches were many discussed in Shakspere's time; King James himself wrote upon a topic.

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  • Does any alternative teenager impression in Shakspere verbalise so eloquently in so integrate of words?

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  • He refers to her as "my goods, my chattels," reminding us which in Shakspere's day, an Englishwoman customarily had to give up all of her skill to her father when she married, as good as she was expected to obey him in all things.

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  • This collect up includes aged editions of a Bard's plays as good as scholarly books upon Shakspere from a early as good as mid-twentieth century.

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  • 4. 2Lady Macduff as good as her son have been killed, a child prior to a eyesunusual in Shakspere, as members noted.

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  • Maybe that Jonson calls Shakspere a 'good dull mule' because in _Hamlet_ he champions the views of 'Sir Lawyer' Bacon.

    Shakspere and Montaigne

  • : Jonson probably calls Shakspere an hermaphrodite because, having a wife, he cultivated an intimate friendship at the same time with William Herbert, the later Earl of Pembroke.

    Shakspere and Montaigne

  • For who will not be skeptical as to the value of any criticism by a man who pours contempt over the pictures of Puvis de Chavannes, stigmatizes one of Beethoven's purest creations as ` ` corrupting, '' and calls Shakspere a ` ` scribbler ''!

    [Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White

  • It is commonly unmeaning enough to call Shakspere a great moralist; but in this particular way Shakspere is a very typical moralist.

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  • If French methods were adopted, one of them would be called Shakspere Street, another Cromwell

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