During a time of religious turmoil in England, Will Shakespeare arrives in London from the small town of Stratford with little more than a dream and a treasonous letter.
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During the "poetry competition" in the tavern, Shakespeare recites a few lines that he will, eventually, use in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.' ("Think but this and all is mended..." See more
There is no firm evidence that Shakespeare was Catholic, and much that he was Anglican, like almost all of England at that time. He was baptized Anglican, married in an Anglican church, held office in an Anglican church, buried in an Anglican churchyard, etc. See more