William Shakespeare uses the word “basilisk” in Parts 2 and 3 of Henry VI, in Henry IV Part 1, as well as in Cymbeline, Richard III, Henry V, and a Winter’s Tale. The references themselves are not incredibly descriptive, but demonstrate that his audience had an...
Continuing our series on Shakespeare and Mythological Animals (our new course that will be available in full inside the membership area at the end of July), we are taking a look at the unicorn in Shakespeare's plays. From the Bible to the ships of famous explorers,...
William Shakespeare's Place in English History
This illustrated timeline shows Shakespeare's life from 1564-1616 overlapped with major events from England and around the world during those years. Sign up for our weekly newsletter to get a free copy of the entire 3-page timeline.
Step into the 17th with games, recipes, and crafts straight from the life of William Shakespeare that you can do yourself at home.
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