Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, and that can be seen in the number of movies based on the writings of William Shakespeare. However, in this quiz Writer’s Relief found on Buzzfeed.com, there are movies that seem to be inspired by Shakespeare’s...
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When Shakespeare, Austen, and Fitzgerald were writing, they didn’t have word processing programs, the Internet, or routers, so they didn’t need to name their Wi-Fi. But if they did, we’re sure they’d be unforgettable (which is a handy trait in Wi-Fi network names!)....
June 21 marks the summer solstice—or as Will Shakespeare called it, Midsummer’s Eve. On this longest day of the year, why not celebrate Shakespeare’s legacy: read one of his plays or sonnets, maybe toss around a few Shakespearian insults. If you’d rather binge watch...
Huzzah, lords and ladies! William Shakespeare was born in April 1564, so this is the perfect time to celebrate all the wonderful plays and poems he wrote. He also invented many words we still use today: bedazzled, dishearten, eventful, manager, and eyeball are just a...
Bibliophiles and theatergoers everywhere know there’s something disconcerting about the Ides of March (or March 15th), thanks to William Shakespeare. But what exactly are the Ides of March? Writer’s Relief found the details in this article on History.com: You may...
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