William Shakespeare Books

William Shakespeare (English William Shakespeare , 1564, Stratford-upon-Avon, England – April 23 (May 3) 1616, ibid.) – the greatest playwright and poet, one of the most famous playwrights in the world, the author of at least 17 comedies, 10 chronicles, 11 tragedies, 5 poems and a cycle of 154 sonnets.¬†William Shakespeare is a real literary pride not only of Great Britain, but of all mankind. Interest in him steadily grows as soon as a person reads at least one of his works. I would like to get to know this genius better not only by his works, but also as a person. Here and a problem arises: not everything is known about Shakespeare as a person. Until now, Shakespearean scholars and writers from all over the world have expressed various assumptions about his life. There is even a so-called group of “anti-Stradforians”, which suggests that behind the pseudonym “William Shakespeare” there is a whole a group of faces, but this version has been rejected by scientists.

Pericles, Prince of Tyre

King Lear

Much Ado About Nothing

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar


Alls Well That Ends Well

A Midsummer Nights Dream

King Lear

Romeo and Juliet

Richard III


Twelfth Night

Julius Caesar

The Sonnets

King John

Titus Andronicus

The Merry Wives of Windsor



Alls Wel that ends Well

Loves Labours Lost

Henry VI, Part 3

Henry VIII

Henry IV, Part 1

Richard II

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

As You Like It

The Taming of the Shrew

The Comedy of Errors

Troilus and Cressida

Henry VI, Part 1




Antony and Cleopatra

Henry V

Henry VI, Part 2

The Sonnets

Timon of Athens


The Tempest

Venus and Adonis


The Merchant of Venice

Measure for Measure

Henry IV, Part 2

The Phoenix and the Turtle

The Winters Tale