I love live quotes because I believe they are the best way to learn more about how other people think. I can’t believe that every one of these quotes are actually written by a famous person. If someone ever does write one of these, I think it would be a great way to learn about how other people think.
I love live quotes because they are funny, insightful, and memorable.
In the case of the live quotes, it’s hard to think of a famous person who’s had a better career career than Shakespeare. And it’s hard to think of a famous person who’s had a better career career than Shakespeare.
I think I would find these less relevant if they were written by Shakespeare himself, but I think everyone has their own favorite Shakespeare quote. I think they are so relevant because they are all about people who have achieved celebrity and are famous in their own right.
Like Shakespeare, many famous people of the past are also famous for their love of Shakespeare. From Oscar Wilde to Stephen Hawking, and from John Lennon to Michael Jackson, we can find a lot of people who are well known for their love of some Shakespeare quote.
If you love Shakespeare, you probably love people who are famous for their love of Shakespeare. I know I do. But there’s another important aspect to Shakespeare, and that is the way he handles tragedy. He doesn’t just tell us what we want to hear: Shakespeare is a real guy who lived his life and made his own choices and acted on them. He is also a comic buffoon and a humanist. It is in this sense that he is more than just a playwright.
In order to understand what Shakespeare has to say, we need to first understand what he has to say. In his plays, he deals with dramatic extremes. His comedies are not simply comedy. His tragedies are not simply tragedies. His tragedies are also farcical, and his comedies are farcical. He is more than just an entertainer. He is also a poet and a playwright. He is more than just the writer of a play.
The genius of Shakespeare is not just his writing – he is the only writer in history who has successfully combined both poetry and drama. All else aside, he is the greatest lyric poet of all time. (Not to mention the greatest tragic poet of all time, and the greatest storyteller of all time.) So while it is easy to dismiss his poetry as a byproduct of his tragic nature, it is not at all easy to ignore that it is also a part of his genius.
It is easy to dismiss Shakespeare as a tragic poet and hard to ignore that he was also a poet. But it is important to remember that, in addition to being the greatest tragic poet of all time, he is also the greatest lyric poet in history. His works are so rich, so powerful, and so original that they are like poetry at the same time as tragedy. And all anyone has to do is read the works of any other poet to figure that out.