Who Am I? II: Test Your Biography IQ
Although 38 of my works survive today, I left no letters, and there is little known about my personal life. Many of my plays were staged at the courts of King James I and Elizabeth I, and are still performed today, almost 400 years after my death. Who am I?
Who Am I? II is the sequel to the successful Who Am I? book and calendar. These quizzes are culled from Biography magazine's popular monthly column of the same name. Each month, ten mystery mini-biographies are presented to challenge faithful readers to deduce the identity behind each. Once again, 150 profiles have been collected to test true Biography fans and history buffs alike. The biographies featured in Who Am I? II range from those of important historical personalities such as John Quincy Adams and Harriet Beecher Stowe to current-day celebrities including Barbra Streisand and Anne Rice, ensuring there is something for everyone's gray matter. (answer: William Shakespeare)
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