Archive | August, 2011
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Sonnet number 18 in Japanese

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Rebecca one of our Shakespeare Aloud actors recites Sonnet number 18, ‘Shall I compare thee to a summers day….’ in Japanese

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Jill from the USA

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I spoke to Jill in the extension that William Shakespeare had added to the building on his father’s death. She told me her thoughts on the house and Stratford.

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Karolina from Poland

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Karolina and her family were visiting Shakespeare’s Birthplace from Poland, where she has to study Shakespeare in school.

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Nethra from Singapore & Kahan from India

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Nethra and Kahan were visiting the Birthplace to get an insight into Shakespeare’s life and better understand his works.

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Avi from Israel

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Avi has been a lover of Shakespeare for a long time and learned about his works at University. He felt it very important to visit Shakespeare’s house.

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Nicole from the USA

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Nicole is an actress and a true lover of Shakespeare, she even has Shakespeare’s signature tattooed on to her stomach, there’s devotion for you.

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Carolanne from the UK & Nihah from Turky

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Carolanne had brought her friend Nihah to see where Shakespeare was born.

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Jacqueline Skinner & Shirley Carlson sisters from the USA

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Jacqueline and Shirley sisters from the US where very happy to be here at Shakespeare’s Birthplace and to experience together, as Jacqueline puts it ‘a timeless place where a timeless author was born’. I couldn’t have put it better myself

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Lochlan Wilde Melbourne, Australia

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Lochlan and his family are all lovers of literature and whilst here in the UK had to come and see Shakespeare’s Birthplace. Lochlan aged 13 also has the best hat seen at the Birthplace in a long time.

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Adam Schramm from Pennsylvania USA

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As a teacher of English Literature Adam had come to see Shakespeare’s Birthplace so he can tell his students more about the house and town where Shakespeare was born.