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William Shakespeare Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Anika Nicole, Wordsmith
Answered: Jul 10, 2018
Cassius, Portia, and Octavius are the characters from the play Julius Caesar written by William Shakespeare. Cassius was the brother-in-law of Brutus and an acute judge of human nature. He...Read More

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Mskoh
Answered: Apr 06, 2020
37

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John Adney
Answered: Oct 11, 2017
These characters are from the roman play julius ceaser.So you are...Read More

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Mskoh
Answered: Apr 06, 2020
Juliet

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John Adney
Answered: Apr 18, 2017
Sir, this quote is from Julius Caesar not Hamelt. Answer displayed is Hamlet. It must be by mistake.

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Someone who loves words
Answered: Jul 31, 2019
The Merry Wives of Venice was not writtenby Shakespeare.He wrote: The Merry Wives of Windsor and The Merchant of Venice Also the quote "Men of few words are the best men" is...Read More

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BIG BOSS
Answered: Apr 06, 2020
1614

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Mskoh
Answered: Apr 06, 2020
Julius Caesar

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Mskoh
Answered: Apr 06, 2020
Startford-upon-Avon

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Carice Snow, Motivator
Answered: Jan 25, 2019
In Shakespeare's early plays there was a clear distinction between comedy and tragedy. The audience will have known when they attended whether to expect to laugh and be diverted, or to become sad...Read More

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Mskoh
Answered: Apr 06, 2020
King of Denmark

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 06, 2020
37

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LAURA TOSATTO
Answered: Mar 11, 2018
The Merry wiwes of Venice does not exist, it is not one of Shakespeare's plays. The correct title of the comedy should be"The merry wives of Windsor", but the quotation "Men of few words are the...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Oct 27, 2017

This question is wrong. Women were forbidden to perform on stage. Young men were playing female characters instead of women.

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