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Today, April 23rd, marks the anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare on this date 400 years ago, in 1616.
No one knows for certain William Shakespeare's birthday, although the day of his death lives on.
So today, I honor one of the greatest and most influential writers of all time, and give credit to his great body of work that has been passed down and greatly appreciated for centuries now.
400 years later, 4 ways to fall in love with Shakespeare by Kate Maltby, April 22, 2016: