He is the most famous playwright in history and is personally responsible for hundreds of English words we use today. He is William Shakespeare, the one and only. Today, we'd like to give the bard a chance to test you a bit about himself and his works, will you do him the honor?
In which play are Titania and Oberon key characters?
A Midsummer Night's Dream
In what year was William Shakespeare born?
In which century is 'Antony and Cleopatra' set?
What does Shylock require a pound of in 'The Merchant of Venice'?
Which Roman ruler did Shakespeare name a play after?
In 'The Taming of the Shrew', who is the Shrew?
In which play does the protagonist have 3 daughters called Goneril, Regan and Cordelia?
Which Shakespearean play begins with three witches?
Beatrice and Benedict are lovers in which Shakespeare play?
Complete the full title of the Shakespeare play "Hamlet, _____ of ______"?
In which Shakespeare play will you find the families Montagues and the Capulets?
What did Shakespeare write 154 of?
What religion is the Merchant from 'The Merchant of Venice'?
Antonio is our Merchant, while Shylock the Jew was the lender.
Which country provides the setting for Romeo and Juliet?
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Though you might know one or two things, your overall knowledge of Shakespeare is not what it could be. There is only one remedy: revisit the bard's most stunning works. You won't regret it, for he covers many topics, from love to war, and all in amazing language!
You have a very respectable knowledge of the great bard's work. You have obviously spent a good deal of time reading and watching his plays. A bit more devotion and you could become an expert! Shakespeare would be proud to have still influenced you so many years after his death.
We bow down to your superior knowledge. We can't think of anything you don't know about the great Shakespeare. You obviously spend a lot of time reading those wonderful plays. What a fantastic way to spend your free time! Shakespeare would be so happy to know people like you still know him so well hundreds of years after his death. Good for you!
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