William Shakespeare (1564-1616) from the title page of ‘Mr William Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, & tragedies’ published in 1623 better known as ‘The First Folio’; engraving by Martin Droeshout (1601-1650).
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The sculpted portrait in the garden that bears his name: 'Shakespeare Garden' in Stratford, Ontario.
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