Aside from being the 17th Century's greatest
playwright, he lifted English literature to a
level unsurpassed by none. He is responsible
for introducing words and phrases that have
become part of our language. Did you know,
that passages such as "Knock, knock, who's
there?", "All that glitters is not gold" and
"It's Greek to me" were introduced by Shakespeare 400 years ago, when he wrote MacBeth,
"Merchant of Venice" and "Julius Caesar"?
How many other phrases do you remember? How about,
"O, Romeo, Romeo...", or "To be, or not..."?
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