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English Literature: Shakespeare and Poetry: Home

Guide for Library Research on the works of William Shakespeare and Poetry

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The Plays of William Shakespeare by Sir John Gilbert

The Plays of William Shakespeare by Sir John Gilbert

Welcome to the Lloyd Sealy Library subject guide on the topic of William Shakespeare. The "Bard of Avon" as he was nicknamed is one of the greatest and most influential writers in the history of English literature. He was a prolific actor and writer who created some of the most memorable literature in existence. If you are interested in learning more about him and his creations, the library has a variety of resources available.

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Shakespeare Exhibit

Shakespeare Exhibit

In January 2015 the Library put together an exhibit focusing on Shakespeare and his works. Click here to take a look at some photos!

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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(LINK) Fire Science Exhibit, Graphic Novels Exhibit, Crime Fiction Exhibit, Poetry Exhibit, World War One Exhibit, Shakespeare Exhibit

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