Re: Language and Shakespeare

Subject: Re: Language and Shakespeare
From: heidi -dot- liebl -dot- slabinski -at- gmail -dot- com
To: "Martinek; Carla" <CMartinek -at- zebra -dot- com>, Techwr-l <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 16:46:57 +0000

I like

I particularly like that a good portion of the insults are
quotes cited from Shakespeare's plays.

I write these on my whiteboard at the office as the
Shakespearean Insult of the Week. People seem to
enjoy it.

I'd also like to identify turns of phrase in current use
that he is credited for inventing. That would make a
nice rainy weekend project.

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