A Visual Crash Course in All the Deaths in Shakespeare’s Tragedies tumblr_mj9uetPJtR1qd9a66o1_1280

A Visual Crash Course in All the Deaths in Shakespeare’s Tragedies

Funny pictures about Shakespeare's Tragedies. Oh, and cool pics about Shakespeare's Tragedies. Also, Shakespeare's Tragedies.

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? By goodticklebrain  HAPPY SHAKESPEARE-ING, EVERYONE! #Infographic #ShakespearesPlays

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

shakespeares-death-mask.jpg 287×252 pixels    He is believed to have died on 23 April 1616.

Shakespeare’s Death Mask: Better to have a bad epitaph than ill report while living

'Hamlet' infographic from Course Hero.

'Hamlet' infographic from Course Hero.This could help students move past being focused on only plot.

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart

Can't decide which play to see this weekend? Bard-obsessed webcomic artist Mya Gosling is here to help.

Tick tock goes the Shakespeare Death Clock [infographic] | OUPblog

Tick tock goes the Shakespeare Death Clock [infographic

An infographic that keeps track of all of Shakespeare's deaths for you

An infographic that keeps track of all of Shakespeare's deaths for you

Shakespeare and his tragedies in a nutshell. :) Love this, straight to the point!

booksdirect:Shakespeare’s Tragedies I have a lot of Shakespeare coming up for me and my students! After Things Fall Apart in English 10 and To Kill a Mockingbird in English we’ll be tackling Julius Caesar and The Merchant of Venice.

In 1842 a death mask was found in a ragpicker’s shop in Darmstadt, Germany, that is 99.9% certain to be that of  William Shakespeare. The mask, bearing the date of 1616 (Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616), features the writer’s high forehead, prominent nose and beard. Engineers at Konica Minolta Europe scanned the death mask with lasers to construct a 3D computer model. After superimposing the model with the death mask, perfect matches were revealed between forehead, eyes & nose.

In 1842 a death mask was found in a ragpicker’s shop in Darmstadt, Germany that is certain to be that of William Shakespeare’s. The mask, bearing the date of 1616 (Shakespeare died on April , features the writer’s high forehead, prominent nose and beard.

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart — Good Tickle Brain: A Mostly Shakespeare Webcomic

Which Shakespeare Play Should I See? An Illustrated Flowchart

A creative Shakespeare flowchart to help you decide which play fits your taste!

Lego commemorates Shakespeare's death with obscenely cool stop-motion animation

Lego commemorates Shakespeare's death with obscenely cool stop-motion animation

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