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|Origin: Shakespeare Stigmata|
|Area of Achievement||Literature||Place of Birth||England|
|Stigma Memory Clip 1|
|"I could be bounded in a nutshell, and count myself a king of infinite space." - Hamlet
William Shakespeare wrote about every aspect of the human nature. Good and evil, love and hate, beauty and ugliness... she described every form of human existence, the roles they played, and various tragedies, comedies, and dreams they had.
|Stigma Memory Clip 2|
|The greatest writer in human history was active in Elizabethan England. England just defeated the Spanish Armada and rose to unprecedented heights. Despite lacking higher education, Shakespeare did not settle for mundane theatrical performances. She wrote many plays and directed them herself.|
|Stigma Memory Clip 3|
|Her talents soon brought her recognition. Her plays soon became the talk of aristocrats and common folk alike. This young pet soon became a national sensation. Her mind was a treasure trove of stories and a boundless source of inspiration. People began to wonder about her life and background. How did she manage to paint personalities so vividly and describe stories as though she had witnessed them herself?|
|Stigma Memory Clip 4|
|Rumors began to spread how Shakespeare was a vampire who had lived for centuries and witnessed many historical events with her own eyes. Others said that she ventured across another dimension and lived with fairies and dined with Aesirs. Some suspected that Shakespeare did not work alone. She was the figurehead of a group of writers who were also responsible for creating her back story.|
|Stigma Memory Clip 5|
|Shakespeare wore many masks, but which of them bore her true self? Perhaps there was none to begin with. She was the author and the actor. She was the director and the thespian. She was the muse and the poet. The world is nothing but a stage on which she unleashes her passionate performance.
"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players." As You Like It.