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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

This is a lesson about the famous English playwright William Shakespeare.

He was born in the Midlands town of Stratford upon Avon on or around 23rd April 1564. 517 more words

Teaching

23rd April, 1900

Volume 3,

This morning, finding myself outside of myself,  I saw that sweet Jesus was suffering very much;  and I asked Him to make me a part if His sufferings;  and He said to me; ” You also suffer;  rather, I will put Myself in your place, and you will act as my nurse.” 173 more words

Living In The Divine Will

St. George's Day - Royal Society of St. George Dinner

It was a privilege to have been invited, along with Carolyn Abbott (Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Gedling), to the Royal Society of St. George’s (Nottinghamshire), Annual Dinner to celebrate St. 85 more words

Nottinghamshire

Know Your History - 23rd April - William Shakespeare died

On this day… 23rd April, 1616 – William Shakespeare died

William Shakespeare (26 April 1564 (baptised) – 23 April 1616) was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. 485 more words

Know Your History

World Book Night 

World Book Night is about celebrating the joy of reading. This is a holiday that I’m looking forward to – book fairs, discounts and other fabulous events take place around this date. 271 more words

Books

APRIL 23rd, A DAY TO CELEBRATE

IT IS SAINT GEORGE’S DAY.

SAINT GEORGE, PATRON SAINT OF ENGLAND:

DO YOU KNOW THE STORY ABOUT GEAROGE AND THE DRAGON?

BOOK DAY: THE IMPORTANCE OF READING: 45 more words

Primaria

Friday Poem - All the World's a Stage

In honour of William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday on Wednesday (23rd April 2014) this most famous of phrase’s and the monologue from which it is taken – spoken by Jacques in the… 225 more words

Poems