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A Celebration of Shakespeare

We hope you enjoyed Nickelodeon's presentation of Richard II.

Need more Shakespeare?

Richland Library provides patrons with many ways to immerse themselves in the world of Shakespeare. We've compiled lists for the most common searches here to get you started.

If you are not yet a member, information on how to get a library card can be found here.

Shakespeare's works are also available as free ebooks through Project Gutenberg.

Shakespeare To Go (eBooks)

Who knew your tablet could double as a time machine? Travel back to the 16th century by checking out one of Shakespeare’s classic works available for download.


The Tragedies of William Shakespeare

"Cowards die many times before their deaths, the valiant never taste of death but once." Which classic tragedy will you choose?


The Comedies of William Shakespeare

"All’s well that ends well" when you choose one of Shakespeare’s comedies.


Even More Shakespeare

Shakespeare didn’t just write plays about comedy and tragedy. View a few of his collections of poems and sonnets, as well as some of his historical works.


Studying Shakespeare

Learn about the writer himself and his effect on the English language. View resources to support, analyze, and better understand Shakespeare’s works and their meanings.


Living With Shakespeare

Have you ever paused to think how Shakespeare's works continue to influence our lives to this day?


Read Shakespeare to Me

"Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears." Listen to a variety of Shakespeare’s works available on Audio books.


Shakespeare Envisioned

Your library membership gives you access to our entire collection of Hollywood's interpretations of Shakespeare's works.


Shakespeare For Free! - Project Gutenberg

Did you know that all of William Shakespeare's works are available for free in the public domain? Project Gutenberg creates and maintains electronic copies of all of his works and more.