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April 23rd, 2016

philosophymom: books by the pound (books)
Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 04:14 pm
(Crossposted from LiveJournal)

This week's Friday Five honors April 23rd as "the generally assumed birthday of William Shakespeare, based on records of his baptism and the traditions of the time." Like last year's 4/23 -themed set (which I answered here), the questions are all based on quotations from the Bard.

Ready? Click! )

(Click here for part 2.)
 
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philosophymom: books by the pound (books)
Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 04:16 pm
(Crossposted from LiveJournal)

Six years ago, the Friday Five blog I sometimes refer to in these pages posted its first set of Shakespeare-themed questions on the Friday closest to April 23rd (the Bard's alleged b'day). Shakespeare questions didn't become an annual FF tradition, but there *were* subsequent sets last year and this year, both of which I've answered in the blog (2015's is at LJ / 2016's is here at DW).

And just for fun, I'll now go back and try that original set from 2010. Ready? Click! )
 
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