Tag Archives: Macbeth

400 Years After Shakespeare’s Death

On April 23rd, 1616, it is believed that William Shakespeare passed away. While we don’t have records of his death, we do have records of his funeral which occurred two days later on April 25th, 1616. At the age of … Continue reading

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Literary Paraphernalia: Shakespeare Home Decor

To continue with our celebration of The Swan of Avon, I’ve found some really cool items to turn your ordinary, 21st century home into a Shakespeare extravaganza. It’s not quiet like The Globe, but hey, what in life is like … Continue reading

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English Teacher + Infant = Literary Photo Shoot

I love being an English teacher. I get to read great books with great kids all day for the entire year. I also love being a father. I get to raise a human being, teach him how to throw a … Continue reading

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Bill, May I Call You Bill?

Dear Bill, also known as William Shakespeare, We need to stop playing this game. You and I, we were meant to be. I’m glad you’ve finally realized it. I know some people are going to look down on this post … Continue reading

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Graffiti: Bringing Literature to the Streets

Great literature can inspire various forms of art, including the kind that paints our streets: graffiti. Graffiti is generally illegal in the United States, unless it is done in cities with walls designated for such a purpose. However, the drawings … Continue reading

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