Shakespeare_Assembly

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William Shakespeare “The Bard”
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Shakespeare wrote over 400 plays!
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Shackspeare Shakspere Shake-Speare Shacksper Shakespeere Shakespea Shagsper Shaxberrd Shakxpere Shackespe
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So the question is . . . Did Shakespeare really write all these plays?
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The Plague (The Black Death)
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Lessons Lessons Lessons Latin Latin Latin
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Es vos usura statio? Can you read this Latin sentence? It means . . . Are you enjoying the assembly?
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Unformatted text preview: Shakespeare had a vocabulary of over 25 000 words! Blanket, gossip, assassination, champion, generous We still use these words that he invented. Here’s some that we don’t use anymore. Fustilarian means an idiot. Trundletail means a long tailed dog. Linsey-woolsey means rubbish. Gorbellied means someone who is hugely fat. William Shakespeare “The Bard”...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Nokes during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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