Opinion Op-Ed

Sex, love and murder – 400 years after his death, Shakespeare still delivers the goods

Sex, evil, love, royalty, murder, magic – William Shakespeare delivered it all to us, and 400 years after he died, he’s still rocking our worldview. Shakespeare scholar Ron Rosenbaum figures out the staying power of the man from Stratford-upon-Avon.

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