William Shakespeare: Legendary Wordsmith - Fast Facts

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William Shakespeare is one of the most legendary and famous writers in the history of literature. Almost everyone are familiar with his work like Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Macbeth, King Lear, Midsummer Night’s Dream and so on.

But what about Shakespeare the person? Who was he? The legendary wordsmith remains one of the most popular authors to this day.

And it is a shame some people do not know more about him. This short documentary shares some quick facts about the biography on one of the most famous authors of all time.

The in-depth profile of the exceptional person is full with details, even though the length of the video is nowhere near long documentaries.

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