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Complete Works of Shakespeare

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  1. the standard name given to any volume containing all the plays and poems of William Shakespeare

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  2. Some editions include The Two Noble Kinsmen, a collaboration with John Fletcher, and some do not

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  3. The Complete Works form one of the two books (the other being the Bible) "given" to guests on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs, so that they cannot choose it

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  4. In their 2006/7 season the Royal Shakespeare Company committed to the performance of the Complete Works in a single year

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  5. In 1987 Adrian Hilton acquired a Guinness World Record for reciting the Complete Works non-stop, enduring 5 days without sleep

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