Tag Archives: Othello

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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WWII: Not an Original Setting Anymore

I’m part of a book club at work. We enjoy getting together and discussing a book every two weeks over lunch. But, for some reason, more than half the books we read are set in WWII. All of the villains … 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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You Might have Quoted Shakespeare Today

Shakespeare was more than just a wordsmith–he was also the inventor of many idiomatic expressions we commonly use today. Some of his most popular phrases that most people will recognize as his work are “green eyed monster,” “a plague on … Continue reading

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Amanda Got a Shakespeare Tattoo

Lo and behold, I said in my biography that I like tattoos, and here I have a post about my latest tattoo and first Shakespeare tattoo. I guess the question is where did this quote come from? It’s from Othello, … Continue reading

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