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     Volume 2 Issue 15 | April 22 , 2007|


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An Academic's Delight

Syed Badrul Ahsan

There is something of Shakespeare you will spot everywhere. The universality is what you cannot miss, for there are in his plays all the sentiments, indeed all the emotions that men and women are capable of calling forth.

Shakespeare: a singular genius
A befitting tribute to his 443rd birth and 391st death anniversary

Mohammad Shahidul Islam

Any discussion of Shakespeare's life is bound to be loaded with superlatives. He is unparalleled for his own literary fashion. In the spell of a quarter century, Shakespeare wrote some thirty-eight plays.

William Shakespeare: A Perpetual Charm

Sarah Z H

Surprisingly, Shakespeare's first involvement with the theatre was as an actor. He then settled for the role of an actor manager in London until he met James Burbage of Globe Theatres and became what he had to, a playwright.


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