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The world’s most celebrated writer, William Shakespeare, died on 23 April exactly 400 years ago. His works have inspired literature and films all across the globe.

Shakespeare is credited with having enriched the English language by contributing around 3000 new words to it, some of them being very colloquially used terms like ‘swagger’, ‘new-fangled’ but also popular phrases such as “All’s well that ends well", “Break the ice", “For goodness’ sake" and many others.

Here is a crossword based on his famous characters and quotes:

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