Website Sources

1. Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, better known as Le Corbusier, is one of the most famous architects of the 20th century. Learn more...

2. Albert Einstein? Apocryphal? Attributed to Einstein, his words fit the theme of the quotation because he deemphasized the value of simply memorizing facts. The whole story...

3. Fiona Banks, head of learning and teaching practice at the Globe Theatre, London, England.

4. This was Lawrence Bridges’ first major documentary film, made in 2003 for the National Endowment for the Arts. Actors Tom Hanks, Martin Sheen, William Shatner, Christina Applegate, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael York, Julie Taymor, and Bill Pullman along with school children and lovers of Shakespeare give testimony to the power and importance of Shakespeare. Why Shakespeare? makes a compelling case for the study and performance of his plays and sonnets at all levels, and the transformative effect it can have in the lives of inner city youth.

5. William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, Act 2, Scene 2, Page 6.

6. William Shakespeare, Much Ado about Nothing, Act 3, Scene 3. The illustration on this page is from “Anonymous”, the film version of the book by Mark Anderson, directed by Roland Emmerich. You can find a copy of this great film here.

Book Resources

We create interactive experiences! Throughout our learning materials you will be guided to online and offline sources for further information specific to the subject being covered in each chapter... films, essays, videos, poetry, art, stories, crafts, theatre. 

With your purchase of the Why Shakespeare? Indeed! book, links to all of the referenced materials and online links are also available to you here on this website. This password-enabled portal will be made available to you. It will become a valuable additional resource to you for your enrichment experience.

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