Despite the controversy surrounding his authorship and even the rumors spread about his life, Shakespeare is still an artist whose works, whose life, spans the centuries. As Ben Jonson wrote, Shakespeare “was not of an age, but for all time.” That his sonnets and plays have stretched beyond his generation and […]
I often wonder what Shakespeare would think of his legacy. It would be difficult to imagine what ambitions he had when he began his writing career. Eternal fame, legendary status was, perhaps, not on his bucket list. To say Shakespeare has become immortal through his sonnets and plays would be […]
It’s April and for those of us at LitStack who happen to love Shakespeare, that means a month of honoring his legacy. We kick off the month leading to what would have been his 454th birthday, by presenting to you (again) Sharon’s post on the much-debated theory of Shakespeare’s authorship. […]
On what would have been his 450th birthday, we celebrate the life and works of William Shakespeare. Be sure to check out all of our Bard-inspired reviews and pieces here.
It’s April, the month where the literary minded generally celebrate the birth and life of William Shakespeare. This month marks what would have been Shakespeare’s nearly 450th birthday. This month, in lieu of a Featured Author, we will be celebrating Shakespeare’s life and works, in an effort to “reintroduce” our […]