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A collection of material celebrating Shakespeare's life and work, exploring how one man captured so much about what it means to be human. From the BBC.
Internet Shakespeare Editions
The ISE aims to present a "one-stop shop" of information about Shakespeare, including scholarly reviewed full texts of his works, information about his life and times, a list of performances and ephemera from them, and reviews. The ISE is a non-profit affiliated with the University of Victoria, BC, Canada.
Finding Dulcinea-Shakespeare Guide
Finding Dulcinea provides a curated list of links to help you locate many credible sites about Shakespeare and his life.
Shakespeare Online provides a wealth of infomation about Shakespeare, his work, and the time period in which he lived.
The Shakespeare Mystery
The PBS show Frontline explores the controversy surrounding the authorship of Shakespeare's plays. Did William Shakespeare from Stratford-upon-Avon author the works for which he is famous? Learn more about the debate here.
The site integrates the full text of the plays and poems with the entire Glossary database, allowing you to search for any word or phrase in Shakespeare's works, and in particular to find all instances of all words that can pose a difficulty to the modern reader.
Shakespeare Insult Generator
Get familiar with Shakespeare's language before reading his works by accessing and generating insults using archaic language.
“Virtual Tour / Shakespeare's Globe.” Shakespeare's Globe, He Shakespeare Globe Trust, 2018, www.shakespearesglobe.com/about-us/virtual-tour.