Quiz: Can You Pass This Difficult Shakespeare Word Association Test?

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Do you really know Shakespeare?

William Shakespeare wrote some of the most epic and incredible plays of all time! It is time to reflect on some of his word association!

 Dec 11, 2018

1 of 18Pick One:

Hamlet!
Octavia
Ophelia
Olivia

2 of 18Pick One:

Othello!
Desdemona
Dalileh
Deidra

3 of 18Pick One:

Romeo!
Jocelyn
Juliet
Jennifer

4 of 18Pick One:

Prospero!
Magdalen
Madelaine
Miranda

5 of 18Pick One:

Julius Caesar!
Calpurnia
Camila
Clarabelle

6 of 18Pick One:

Shylock!
Pearla
Penelope
Portia

7 of 18Pick One:

King Lear!
Claudia
Cordelia
Chrysanthemum

8 of 18Pick One:

Macbeth!
Duchess Macbeth
Miss Macbeth
Lady Macbeth

9 of 18Pick One:

Orsino!
Victoria
Viola
Veronica

10 of 18Pick One:

King Richard III!
Margaret
Madison
Melody

11 of 18Pick One:

Orlando!
Rosalind
Rosemary
Rachel

12 of 18Pick One:

Benedick!
Bellinda
Bethany
Beatrice

13 of 18Pick One:

Petruchio!
Katherine
Katrina
Kassidy

14 of 18Pick One:

King Henry V!
Ingrid
Imogen
Isabel

15 of 18Pick One:

Leontes!
Hermione
Heather
Hannah

16 of 18Pick One:

Antony!
Cambria
Cleopatra
Calilea

17 of 18Pick One:

King Richard II!
Duchess Of York
Duchess of Yeti
Duchess of Young

18 of 18Pick One:

Titus Andronicus!
Tristina
Tarabella
Tamora
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

We all had to read Shakespeare in school and some of us enjoyed it more than others! Some of the plays written by William Shakespeare are enticing and engaging! People who reflect upon his greatest works with love, respect, and adoration will probably ace a quiz like this one! We obviously all know about his most famous plays like Macbeth, Othello, Romeo & Juliet, and Hamlet but there are so many other plays to read and enjoy. The Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III, Much Ado About Nothing, The Winter's Tale, and As You Like It are some of his other great works. Antony & Cleopatra, Henry IV Part 1, Measure For Measure, The Comedy of Errors, The Merry Wives of Windsor, and The Two Gentlemen of Verona are a few more of Shakespeare's epic plays. He also wrote All's Well That Ends Well, Pericles Prince of Tyre, Troilus & Cressida, Henry VI Part 2, Henry VI Part 3, and The Two Noble Kinsmen. Aside from those plays, Shakespeare also wrote Love's Labour's Won, Edward III, Timon of Athens, Cymbeline, and King John. A lot of these plays are about love and a lot of them are about a tragedy. Some of the plays are comedies! Have you ever read The Tempest? It was written by William Shakespeare in the year 1623. In 1623, he also wrote the play, Julius Caesar! He seemed to always be writing new material and it all turned out awesome! Take this quiz and see how you do!