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Shakespeare
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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)
  • Shakespeare talks about how the rose has perfume that makes it beautiful on the inside.
    Part 4 – The Intruder in the Garden (97% in)
Shakespeare = author widely regarded as the greatest in the English language and whose works include Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet
  • Shakespeare's sonnets.
    Part 4 – The Intruder in the Garden (49% in)
  • We're reading Shakespeare's sonnets.
    Part 4 – The Intruder in the Garden (80% in)
  • Shakespeare's great.
    Part 4 – The Intruder in the Garden (81% in)
  • Shakespeare's cool, man.
    Part 4 – The Intruder in the Garden (81% in)
  • I held a book of Shakespeare's sonnets in my hand and read Sonnet 54 for about the twentieth time.
    Part 4 – The Intruder in the Garden (88% in)
  • Then, as I knew he would, he said, "We'll be discussing Shakespeare's sonnets today.
    Part 4 – The Intruder in the Garden (93% in)

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