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Open Source Shakespeare


Access the complete works of William Shakespeare - all his plays, sonnets and other poetry - with a lot of interesting tools to aid in serious studies of the Bard's works. Each of the works is completely searchable. In addition, the site offers a concordance which allows users to trace all uses Shakespeare made of any particular word. Users can also view sonnets individually, or choose any two to examine side by side.

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