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Shakespeare
used in The Killer Angels

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Definition
English dramatist and poet frequently cited as the greatest writer in the English language and who wrote such works as Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet (1564-1616)
  • He rode quoting Shakespeare from memory, thinking of the picket line ahead somewhere in the dark.
    1.1 — Day 1 Chapter 1 (10% in)
  • Once Chamberlain had a speech memorized from Shakespeare and gave it proudly, the old man listening but not looking, and Chamberlain remembered it still: "What a piece of work is man... in action how like an angel!"
    1.4 — Day 1 Chapter 4 (90% in)
  • He hobbled along painfully, sleepily, detouring around the front of a Napoleon, didn't notice it until he opened his eyes and looked straight into the black maw, the hole of the barrel, and he blinked and came awake, momentarily, remembering Shakespeare's line: "the bubble reputation in the cannon's mouth."
    3.3 — Day 3 Chapter 3 (45% in)

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