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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Wooden O – Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

You can still visit Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London – a faithful reconstruction of the original building sited just a few hundred yards from the original location.

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Richard III - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary (Part 3)

Want to read Shakespeare's Richard III in plain English? Here we conclude our modern translation of Richard III Act 1, Scene 2.

Richard III - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary (Part 2)

We continue summarizing Shakespeare's Richard III - Act 1, Scene 2 in plain English!

Richard III - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary (Part 1)

This Richard III Act 1, Scene 2 summary will guide you through Shakespeare's complex play in plain English.

Richard III - Act 1, Scene 1 Summary (Part 3)

This summary of the final part of Richard III Act 1, Scene 1 is designed for students and new readers looking to break down this complex play.

Richard III - Act 1, Scene 1 Summary (Part 2)

We continue our analysis of Richard III Act 1, Scene 1. Our study guide breaks this complex play into small, easy-to-read chunks.

Richard III - Now is the winter of our discontent - Act 1, Scene 1 (Part 1)

We take a closer look at Richard III Act 1, Scene 1 - home to famous speech "Now is the Winter our discontent".

Shakespeare's Richard III - Overview

This Richard III overview explains the historical context of Shakespeare's classic play and how it fits into Shakespeare's other plays.

Richard III - History Behind Shakespeare's Richard III

What is the real history behind Shakespeare's Richard III? Was he really as villainous as Shakespeare suggests? Find out on About.com.

Women in Shakespeare: 'Shrews' in Shakespeare Comedies

We explore women in Shakespeare comedies, looking closely at the so-called 'shrews'.

Women in Shakespeare: 'Shrews' in Shakespeare Tragedies

Women in Shakespeare tragedy - especially the so-called 'shrews' - are a lively area of feminist debate. We explore the key characters.

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