List of Titles of Works Based On Shakespearean Phrases

The following is a partially complete list of titles of works based on Shakespearean phrases. It is organized by type of work. Some titles appear in multiple categories and are marked with ++. Note that this is not the place to list film or television adaptations of Shakespeare's plays; the article Shakespeare on screen exists for that purpose.

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