William Shakespeare mentions the word “dog” or “dogs” several hundred times in his works collectively. Shakespeare was the first writer to use the noun “Watchdog” (in the Tempest) and he is credited with coining the phrase “a dog will have his day” which is featured...
William Shakespeare's Place in English History
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