<strong>Thomas Tallis School in London caused outrage when it asked students to pen a suicide note </strong>
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A London secondary school has been forced to apologise after pupils were told to write suicide notes as part of an English lesson. Year 8 students at Thomas Tallis School in Blackheath were asked to c...
William Shakespeare died on 23 April, 1616, 400 years to the day. The body of work of the most famous English language writer is familiar to millions of readers, whose imagination it has captured steadfastly through four centuries. Shakespeare's plays are always contemporary, finding meaning and relevance in the times they are read or produced. Shakespeare finds application in disciplines ranging from literature to medicine to business. Yet William Shakespeare--the person--has always remained shrouded in enigma.