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Only Script In Shakespeare's Handwriting Urges Compassion For Migrants
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Paul Edward O'Brien, a stage actor, poet, and oncologist, delivered a Game Day-style analysis of how William Shakespeare's plays would match up in a tournament bracket. Wesley Moore hide caption

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Paul O'Brien's Bracketology
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