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ROMEO AND JULIET VENUS AND ADONIS SONNETS AND POEMS MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

The Bard's version of "West Side Story"

My throbbing heart shall rock thee day and night

The English language as it was meant to be

I woo'd thee with my sword

Titles Authors Notes
All's Well That Ends Well
William Shakespeare Your gentle hands lend us, and take our hearts
All's Well That Ends Well
William Shakespeare Your gentle hands lend us, and take our hearts
Antony and Cleopatra
William Shakespeare The bellows and the fan to cool a gipsy's lust
As You Like It
William Shakespeare Woe to the second-born
Comedy of Errors
William Shakespeare Methinks you are my glass, and not my brother
Coriolanus
William Shakespeare He hath widow'd many, yet he shall have a noble memory
Cymbeline
William Shakespeare I would have broke mine eye-strings, but to look upon him
Hamlet
William Shakespeare To be or not to be -- so decide, already!
Henry IV
William Shakespeare In which we meet the mighty Falstaff!
Julius Caesar
William Shakespeare The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones
King Henry V
William Shakespeare Any cause of policy, the Gordian knot of it he will unloose
King Henry VI -- Part 1
William Shakespeare The heroic Talbot takes on a devilish Joan of Arc
King Henry VI -- Part 2
William Shakespeare What are you made of? you'll nor fight nor fly
King Henry VI -- Part 3
William Shakespeare Farewell sour annoy! Here begins our lasting joy.
King Henry VIII
William Shakespeare Let fall a tear; the subject will deserve it
King John
William Shakespeare Here have we war for war and blood for blood
King Lear
William Shakespeare We that are young shall never see so much
King Richard II
William Shakespeare With Cain go wander through shades of night
King Richard III
William Shakespeare The day is ours, the bloody dog is dead
Love's Labour's Lost
William Shakespeare How celibacy leads to madness
Lover's Complaint
William Shakespeare My parts had pow'r to charm a sacred nun
Macbeth
William Shakespeare So foul and fair a day I have not seen
Measure For Measure
William Shakespeare Can musical beds save a life?
Merchant Of Venice
William Shakespeare The lust for revenge; the power of love.
Merry Wives Of Windsor
William Shakespeare Falstaff in love!
Merry Wives Of Windsor
William Shakespeare Falstaff in love!
Midsummer Night's Dream
William Shakespeare I woo'd thee with my sword
Much Ado About Nothing
William Shakespeare Get thee a wife: no staff is so reverend as one tipped with horn.
Othello
William Shakespeare Look on the tragic loading of this bed; this is thy work
Passionate Pilgrim
William Shakespeare I do believe her, though I know she lies
Pericles, Prince Of Tyre
William Shakespeare Led on by heaven, and crown'd with joy at last
Rape of Lucrece
William Shakespeare Then live, sweet Lucrece, live again
Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare The Bard's version of "West Side Story"
Sonnets and Poems
William Shakespeare The English language as it was meant to be
Tales From Shakespeare
Charles and Mary Lamb The bard's tales retold in plain English!
Taming Of The Shrew
William Shakespeare Let the world slip: we shall ne'er be younger.
Tempest
William Shakespeare Tell your piteous heart there's no harm done
Timon Of Athens
William Shakespeare Pass by and curse thy fill
Titus Andronicus
William Shakespeare Throw her forth to beasts and birds of prey; her life was beast-like
Troilus And Cressida
William Shakespeare Why should our endeavour be so loved and the performance so loathed?
Twelfth Night
William Shakespeare Never was gender bent more sweetly
Two Gentlemen Of Verona
William Shakespeare To be in love, where scorn is bought with groans
Venus and Adonis
William Shakespeare My throbbing heart shall rock thee day and night
Winter's Tale
William Shakespeare Condemned upon surmises, all proofs sleeping

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