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    1. Vudoran

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      Read a Plot Overview of the entire play or a scene by scene Summary and Analysis. See a complete list of the characters in The Tempest and in-depth analyses of Prospero, Miranda, Caliban, Ariel, and Gonzalo. Here's where you'll find analysis about the play as a whole, from the major themes and ideas.
    2. Faubei

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      Jun 14,  · Test your knowledge of Shakespeare's plays with this trivia quiz from the Folger Shakespeare Library.
    3. Sazuru

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      Who Was Shakespeare? by Richard Allan Wagner. From their very inception, the Shakespearean works were shrouded in a mysterious web of secrecy—so mysterious and secret that both the historical and literary evidence strongly show that everything we think we know about the works of “Shakespeare” are the result of several highly organized conspiracies having to do with the Shakespeare myth.
    4. Yozilkree

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      Yes, @Bambino I've used most, if not all, of them at one time or another but didn't realise (or quite possibly had forgotten) they were all down to Shakespeare. Then I must admit it's been some years since I've read any of his work. Initially, like most of us it was part of the school curriculum. But I did like his tragedies and historical works which I read after graduating from high school.
    5. Goltikus

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    6. Nikoll

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      Oct 05,  · Ah, yes, true. But if the meaning the writer intended is figurative, not literal, then pavement could refer to, say, civilization, and the lyric "I'm out here on the grass where the pavement never grows" is a way of expressing being on the outside, possibly on the fringe of society, perhaps loneliness. As for the literal meaning, 'pavement' refers to tarmac or runway.
    7. Tygoll

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      Oct 21,  · First up is the gentle giant that is Patrick Walshe Mcbride (far right): incredible actor, incredible voice, lovely smile! Patrick is a busy bee, and his theatre credits include Photograph 51 starring Nicole Kidman (Noel Coward, West End), Great Expectations (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Winter’s Tale (Sheffield Crucible), Harold and Maude (Charing Cross), Present Laughter (Theatre Royal.
    8. Dubei

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      Re: Shakespeare is an Android app powered by Samsung Electronics UK in partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company targeting children between 11 and 15 years old, where Shakespeare's legacy is brought to life in the multiple activities and games presented by famous actors, musicians and a director.
    9. Zuzilkree

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