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|Parade (USA)||24 April 2016, pg. 4, by: Alison Abbey, "Party Like A Poet"|
|The New York Times (USA)||2 April 2010, Vol. 159, Iss. 54,998, pg. C3, by: Charles Isherwood, "Shakespeare's Sonnets Get a Turn on the Stage"|
|The New York Times (USA)||13 October 2009, Vol. 159, Iss. 54,827, pg. C2, by: Dave Itzkoff, "Shakespeare Wrote It? Computer Says Yes"|
|The New York Times (USA)||22 September 2009, Vol. 159, Iss. 54,806, pg. C2, by: Eric Konigsberg, "What's Shaking at Shakespeare's Grave"|
|Contra Costa Times (USA)||10 March 2009, by: Associated Press, "The Bard? Portrait Said to be Shakespeare Unveiled"|
|San Jose Mercury News (USA)||10 March 2009, by: John F. Burns, "A Newly Discovered Portrait of Shakespeare (Maybe)"|
|Minneapolis Star Tribune (USA)||9 March 2009, by: Gregory Katz, "Is Newfound Painting a Contemporary Portrait of Shakespeare? Or Much Ado About Nothing?"|
|The New York Times (USA)||11 December 2008, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,521, pg. C9, by: Janet Maslin, "What's Shakespeare to Us, and We to Him? Plenty"|
|The Guardian (UK)||26 November 2008, by: Anthea Lipsett, "Shakespeare suffers slings and arrows of Sats fortune"|
|The New York Times (USA)||8 November 2008, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,488, pg. C2, by: Dave Itzkoff, "Shakespeare Plays Will Head to the Globe"|
|The Los Angeles Times (USA)||22 August 2008, by: Susan King, "Shakespeare Through the Modern Ages: On Stage and Screen"|
|The New York Times (USA)||12 July 2008, Vol. 157, Iss. 54,369, pg. B8, by: Julie Bloom, "Shakespeare Recovered"|
|The New York Times (USA)||29 May 2008, Vol. 157, Iss. 54,325, pg. E2, by: Felicia R. Lee, "Extreme Makeover: Shakespearean Edition"|
|The Los Angeles Times (USA)||13 April 2008, by: Jack Lynch, "Searching for Will's Missus"|
|Columbia Magazine (USA)||2008, by: Morris Dickstein, "The Undying Animal: A critic reminds us why literature still matters"|
|The Washington Post (USA)||18 December 2007, pg. C8, by: Louis Bayard, "The Inner Bard"|
|The Independent (UK)||19 November 2007, Iss. 6581, pg. 10 - 11, by: Arifa Akbar, "Shakespeare's Inspiration [Love's Labour's Lost?]"|
|Bookforum (USA)||October 2006, Vol. 13, Iss. 3, pg. 12-15, by: James Shapiro, "Much Ado About Shakespeare"|
|The Observer (UK)||1 January 2006, by: Stanley Wells, "What are you laughing at?"|
|The Independent Arts and Books Review (UK)||4 November 2005, pg. 5, by: Thomas Sutcliffe, "The poor old Bard's a bit past it"|
|The Independent (UK)||12 July 2005, Iss. 5845, pg. 16-17, by: Ian Irvine, "Shakespeare, Reduced: The RSC announced yesterday it is to stage all the Bard's plays at a special festival. For those who can't make it to the entire 37, Ian Irvine provides a potted guide to the plots"|
|T2 (Times supplement) (UK)||28 June 2004, pg. 15, by: Daniel Rosenthal, "No Fool Like an Old Fool?"|
|The Independent (UK)||25 June 2004, Iss. 5520, pg. 14, by: Ciar Byrne, "Devotees of De Vere, 'the real Bard', mark 400th anniversary"|
|The Daily Express (UK)||17 March 2004, pg. 17, "Lo, the Net's got your will, Shakespeare."|
|International Herald Tribune (USA)||1/2 March 2003, Iss. 37318, pg. 6, by: Roderick Conway Morris, "Illustrating an obsession with Shakespeare"|
|International Herald Tribune (USA)||27 November 2002, Iss. 37239, pg. 9, by: Sheridan Morley, "'Macbeth' for the modern audience"|
|Arbetet Nyheterna (Sweden)||24 March 1999, pg. 17, by: Eva Österlund, "Tid för Shakespeare"|
|English Pages (Belgium)||1961, Vol. XXV, Iss. 1, pg. 8-9, by: John Gower, "Shakespeare and the cinema"|
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