Shakespeare in Love

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Title: Shakespeare in Love
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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Jenni H
Date: July 1, 2009
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Shakespeare could really get the imagination going. He gave women so much power, bravery, beauty, hope, and love. His screenplays made the imagination run wild. It was said that Shakespeare loved his wife very much. No one really knows about the past of his wife...
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It is said that he wrote about his love for her and the hardship of being away from his flame. She was so much older than he she had her career going before her husband. We wonder if Shakespeare cheated on his wife. She was older so it had to get old faster...
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