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How can I learn about Shakespeare?

Need information about William Shakespeare or his work? Check out our feature Shakespeare Online and browse the following sites:

  • E Notes Shakespeare
    Find helpful study guides and famous quotes.

  • PlayShakespeare.com
    The ultimate free Shakespeare resource, this site includes the complete works as well as reviews, news, podcasts, features and more.

  • Absolute Shakespeare
    This site offers a true wealth of information about Shakespeare and his works, including full texts of plays and poems, famous quotes, paintings, trivia, a biography and much more.

  • Sparknotes - Shakespeare Study Guides
    A very thorough resource to help you get through the bard's famous plays. Includes videos, plot overview, character list, analysis, quizzes and more.

  • Shakespeare's Principal Plays - iTunes
    This complete iTunes lecture series by now-retired University of Michigan Professor Ralph Williams recaps some of Shakespeare's most beloved works, from Henry IV to King Lear. You can also indulge in an interactive Shakespeare experience with new iPad applications from Cambridge University Press, available worldwide on Apple's App Store. Be sure to check out YouTube Edu and Ted-Ed for more interactive resources.

  • ShakespeareOnline.com
    Find reviews of currently running plays and books about Shakespeare. An excellent source for quotes, plot summaries, essays, festivals and much more. Also offers a great Shakespeare timeline and biography.



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