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Learn English through Shakespeare is everywhere | Christopher Gaze


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Hello.

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You've been eating Pop-Tarts.

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(Laughter)

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I resisted. It looks fantastic though.

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Well now, what a day we're having, absolutely inspirational, fantastic.

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I saw Romeo Dallaire remark on these geese earlier on,

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and I considered these geese, Canada geese.

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They're all over the world, you know.

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(Laughter)

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They're taking over the world. A bit like Shakespeare.

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Shakespeare surrounds us.

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The Shakespeare we're enormously familiar with,

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but the Shakespeare that we know and we don't know.

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And of course, every day, we're quoting Shakespeare but we don't know it.

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Shakespeare – We don't know a great deal about the man.

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What we know about him is generally through his works.

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He was a man, just like you and me,

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he lived his life, felt great joy and great sadness,

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tremendous success and great tragedy.

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In Canada – talk about Shakespeare surrounding us –

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we have the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Ontario,

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that's the biggest theatre festival, I might add, in North America.

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We have... that's right!

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(Applause)

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We have Bard on the Beach Shakespeare here in Vancouver.

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We've got Shakespeare festivals in between. In America,

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Americans love their Shakespeare,

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they have Ashland, Oregon,

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lots of Shakespeare's festivals through America.

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You have The Globe in London,

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and, of course, The Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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So, Shakespeare is alive and well, but since you leapt out of bed this morning,

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and you've had this wonderful day here,

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I'm sure most of you are very much unaware

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that you've been quoting Shakespeare all day.

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Let me give you a bunch of examples.

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First of all, I want you to do something for a change.

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When I point at you and beckon you on,

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I want you to say, "Quoting Shakespeare".

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Now, come on, with all that energy from the Pop-Tarts,

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give it a go.

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Audience: Quoting Shakespeare