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"Gratiano speaks an infinite deal of nothing, more than any man in all Venice." __Bassanio, The Merchant of Venice, ActI, Scene 1 >>>gRaciOuS mE gOoD SiR riGhT oN DEar fELLoW

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't's morbid, watching a poor devil on trail for his life. Look at all those folks, it's like a Roman carnival.

William Shakespeare (Hamlet): To be, or not to be, that is the question. Quote wall art. A gift for a book lover, home library decor, inspiring wall art.

literatura - educação - livros - escritor - William Shakespeare (Hamlet): To be, or not to be, that is the question. A gift for a book lover, home library decor, inspiring wall art.

Shakespeare Insult Kit. Take a word from each column and make yourself a Shakespearean insult!

You know you’ve always wanted to insult someone with the style and verbal eloquence of Shakespeare. Well now you can with this handy Shakespeare Insult Kit.

William Shakespeare - Richard III - Sweet flowers are slow and weeds make haste.

William Shakespeare - Richard III - Sweet flowers are slow and weeds make haste.

I'm gonna start talking like this in arguments cuz then they'll be insulted and feel stupid...double wammy

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Funny pictures about Insulting like a sir. Oh, and cool pics about Insulting like a sir. Also, Insulting like a sir.

William Shakespeare - As You Like It - The dullness of the fool is the whetstone of the wits.

Quotes and inspiration from William Shakespeare QUOTATION - Image : As the quote says - Description William Shakespeare Né à Stratford-sur-Avon (Angleterre

Shakespeare's Love Quotations Exercise Book

Shakespeare s Insults Exercise Book Full matt laminated colour print of classic Love quotes on the front and the back features the Shakespeare

Shakespeare got it right. Just come right out and say your theme, that way people can't screw it up in, say, about 500 years

Shakespeare - Witches establish Macbeth’s future as Thane of Cawdor and king. Before the witches arrive and talk about things being foul and fair, Macbeth is a hero. Then the witches arrive. They are about to turn Macbeth from fair to foul.

William Shakespeare - The Tempest - He that dies pays all debts.

William Shakespeare - “The Tempest” - Pictures, images, meaning and analysis about “He that dies pays all debts.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare. Favourite Shakespeare play along with Othello though i still have more to read

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