In Good Taste – How Shakespeare’s Leading Ladies Got Their Names

English poet and playwright William Shakespeare is regarded as one of the world’s most prolific writers. Well studied and passionately collected, many of his plays parallel the cultural shifts that occurred amid England’s Elizabethan period, during which he was instrumental in bringing core Renaissance ideas of humanism to theater. Despite the fact that they were written at a time when women held little economic or political status, Shakespeare’s literary contributions are rife with strong-willed, powerful female characters

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In Good Taste - How Shakespeare’s Leading Ladies Got Their Names

In Good Taste - How Shakespeare’s Leading Ladies Got Their Names

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