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The Complete Works @ MIT - Author: Jeremy Hylton
Description: Probably the best site for educational Shakespeare information. This site includes a search engine, quotes, time line and more, (many of which can be accessed through our 'Features' sections for each play).
The Works of the Bard - Author: Matty Farrow
Description: A robust site containing text versions of all of Shakespeare's works. Also has a powerful search engine.
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