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This category is for listings of sites related to the author William Shakespeare, his writings, and Shakespearean literary resources. Material related to the theatrical performance and productions of his plays and such can be found at Arts/Performing Arts/Theatre/Shakespeare. Further listings of websites on Shakespeare and his works may be found in the list of Open Directory Related categories.
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Ceramics, typefaces, paintings inspired by Shakespeare's works.
Hundreds of images of Shakespeare productions.
Transcriptions of the plays as they appeared when originally published; study guides.
Images of Shakespeare's grave.
Operatic versions of Shakespeare classics: Antony and Cleopatra, Macbeth, Iago, Hamlet.
An academic collection of annotated, contemporary editions of the plays in the tradition of the Arden, Folger, and Oxford text
Biography with study guides, essays and e-texts of the majority of his plays.
Information on performances and season schedule.
Websites that address Shakespeare specifically.
Resources, including fully annotated texts of plays and poems, multimedia materials and records of plays in performance, and searchable pages devoted to the history, arts, politics, society, and stage of Shakespeare's world, as well as biographical details of his life.
The selected materials reflect the texts that Shakespeare responds to in Renaissance discourse. From Ben R. Schneider, Jr., Professor Emeritus of English at Lawrence University.
Full texts, life and times, theatre associations, links to other Shakespeare sites. From the University of Victoria.
Yves Bonnefoy, a translator of Shakespeare into French, discusses the art of translating Shakespeare.
Examine the life, times, and work of William Shakespeare through detailed author biographies on eNotes
Nineteenth-century paintings, criticism, theatrical productions, and influences of the plays.
An index of articles.
The University of Birmingham features an internationally renowned research institution established in 1951 to push the boundaries of knowledge about Shakespeare studies and Renaissance drama.
Links to other Shakespeare sites.
Synopses of plays, authorship debates, and a Shakespeare store.
To provide programs which inspire education and personal development through the Works of William Shakespeare.
David Schajer presents original adaptations of Shakespeare's Hamlet, Richard III, and The Merchant of Venice
Vishwas V. Gokhale has written a book presenting a new theory of hidden meanings in Shakespeare's works.
A site by Eric Minton dedicated to providing a place to exchange ideas, get news, and share experiences with others.
The British Library's research tool for Shakespeare in the United Kingdom. Information on productions, resources, meetings, groups, and questions.
Extensive collection of resources of Shakespeare and his works, compiled by Anthony Anderson, a librarian at the University of Southern California.
Shakespeare and the English Renaissance (1564 – 1616)
Biography with study guides, essays and e-texts of the majority of his plays.
A site by Eric Minton dedicated to providing a place to exchange ideas, get news, and share experiences with others.
David Schajer presents original adaptations of Shakespeare's Hamlet, Richard III, and The Merchant of Venice
Vishwas V. Gokhale has written a book presenting a new theory of hidden meanings in Shakespeare's works.
Ceramics, typefaces, paintings inspired by Shakespeare's works.
Examine the life, times, and work of William Shakespeare through detailed author biographies on eNotes
The University of Birmingham features an internationally renowned research institution established in 1951 to push the boundaries of knowledge about Shakespeare studies and Renaissance drama.
Operatic versions of Shakespeare classics: Antony and Cleopatra, Macbeth, Iago, Hamlet.
An academic collection of annotated, contemporary editions of the plays in the tradition of the Arden, Folger, and Oxford text
Images of Shakespeare's grave.
To provide programs which inspire education and personal development through the Works of William Shakespeare.
Information on performances and season schedule.
Websites that address Shakespeare specifically.
Shakespeare and the English Renaissance (1564 – 1616)
Resources, including fully annotated texts of plays and poems, multimedia materials and records of plays in performance, and searchable pages devoted to the history, arts, politics, society, and stage of Shakespeare's world, as well as biographical details of his life.
Transcriptions of the plays as they appeared when originally published; study guides.
Extensive collection of resources of Shakespeare and his works, compiled by Anthony Anderson, a librarian at the University of Southern California.
Links to other Shakespeare sites.
Full texts, life and times, theatre associations, links to other Shakespeare sites. From the University of Victoria.
Synopses of plays, authorship debates, and a Shakespeare store.
Nineteenth-century paintings, criticism, theatrical productions, and influences of the plays.
The selected materials reflect the texts that Shakespeare responds to in Renaissance discourse. From Ben R. Schneider, Jr., Professor Emeritus of English at Lawrence University.
An index of articles.
Yves Bonnefoy, a translator of Shakespeare into French, discusses the art of translating Shakespeare.
The British Library's research tool for Shakespeare in the United Kingdom. Information on productions, resources, meetings, groups, and questions.
Hundreds of images of Shakespeare productions.

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