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Life of the Bard

Accessible information about Shakespeare, including his family background, education, marriage, career, the "lost years," works and study materials. From the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, an independent charity that promotes the world's Shakespeare heritage.courtesy of netTrekker
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Accessible information about Shakespeare, including his family background, education, marriage, career, the "lost years," works and study materials. From the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, an independent charity that promotes the world's Shakespeare heritage.

courtesy of netTrekker

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