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Doctor Who Official Apr 23
Happy ! 🎭 What is your favourite play by the bard?
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Official Bieber Fan May 19
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Ivy Apr 23
What's past is prologue.
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Pepsi Apr 23
Those Folk: Is Pepsi well enow? Us: Pepsi is m're than well enow. Joyus to thee!
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Suzanne Pardue Apr 23
The eyes are the window to your soul... - William Shakespeare
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no context rom coms Apr 23
Happy with some classic Shakespeare inspired teen rom-coms
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The RSC Apr 23
Everybody needs a bit of cake on their birthday 🎂
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JBC 🐦 Apr 23
is also the death anniversary of ! what is your favourite piece from Shakespeare?
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Artemis and Apollo Apr 23
To purr, or not to purr, that is the question.
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Zeke Apr 23
Did someone say it was bark like Shakespeare day?
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Keats-Shelley Assoc. Apr 23
John Keats's epiphany on creative genius, the idea of Negative Capability, "which Shakespeare possessed so enormously": "When man is capable of being in uncertainties, Mysteries, doubts, without any irritable reaching after fact & reason."
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Great Performances Apr 23
Happy birthday to William Shakespeare! Watch "Julius Caesar" which takes place here:
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The Actors Pad Apr 24
“Theatre is magic...you can change people’s minds just with words” Happy
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Isolation Shepherd 🐑 Apr 23
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Mignon Fogarty Apr 23
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Kate Lindquist Apr 23
William Shakespeare was born on this day in 1564, and died on this day in 1616. He has been credited with introducing almost three thousand words to the English language. What’s your favorite play, saying, or word of this bard?
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Marble It Up! Apr 23
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🍒carla sofia ferreira🌸 Apr 23
teaching Romeo & Juliet on is such a treat. even better treat: last year, some of my queer students asking if their rendition of a scene could be, to use their words, "VERY GAY," and responding, "yes, that is exactly what Shakespeare would've wanted."
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Me, My Own Companion Apr 23
Prospero: My library Was dukedom large enough. - The Tempest
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HelloMaxwell 20h
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