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"If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me." A mighty image from an RSC performance of Macbeth.

"If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me." A mighty image from an RSC performance of Macbeth.

Thanks to a fan on Twitter for sharing - at the 2012 Orange BAFTA Awards in London

Thanks to a fan on Twitter for sharing - at the 2012 Orange BAFTA Awards in London

This amusing RSC performance photo from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing shows Benedick attempting to hide himself "in the arbour"...

This amusing RSC performance photo from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing shows Benedick attempting to hide himself "in the arbour"...

Our new RSC School Shakespeare titles provide exclusive insights into RSC rehearsal room practice and preparation.

Our new RSC School Shakespeare titles provide exclusive insights into RSC rehearsal room practice and preparation.

The Importance of Varying Sentence Length. We're supposed to understand how to control the pacing of a story and why that's important, but pacing also exists in the flow of the sentences, the structure of each paragraph. Not just in the way the tale unfolds. A story requires as much rhythm, beat, and flow as a song.

The Importance of Varying Sentence Length. We're supposed to understand how to control the pacing of a story and why that's important, but pacing also exists in the flow of the sentences, the structure of each paragraph. Not just in the way the tale unfolds. A story requires as much rhythm, beat, and flow as a song.

To celebrate Shakespeare's quatercentenary, The Telegraph's writers choose his greatest creations.  [Pictured: Tom Hiddleston as Henry V in The Hollow Crown]

To celebrate Shakespeare's quatercentenary, The Telegraph's writers choose his greatest creations. [Pictured: Tom Hiddleston as Henry V in The Hollow Crown]

“Sweet, sweet, sweet nurse, tell me, what says my love?” - Juliet tries to convince her nurse to give her news of Romeo.

“Sweet, sweet, sweet nurse, tell me, what says my love?” - Juliet tries to convince her nurse to give her news of Romeo.

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