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A more personal view on William Shakespeare, from 1613 when he decides to return home from London after the fire at The Globe Theatre while playing his play: All is True (aka Life of Henry VIII) and decides not to write anymore and reunite with his family (wife and two daughters – and a deceased son), until his death in 1616.
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