Tuesday, 10 March 2009


This newly found portrait of Shakespeare is an interesting story

... one of the Cobbes walked into the National Portrait Gallery in London's Trafalgar Square to see a traveling exhibit called "Searching for Shakespeare. One of the first things he saw was a famous portrait of the Bard that usually hangs in the renowned Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington. "His jaw dropped," said Edmondson. "He realized he had one at home."

Reminds me of the old gag. Shakespeare never wrote those plays. It was another guy with the same name.

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