BARD QUIZ

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HUNDREDS OF QUESTIONS FOR FREE!

The Angry Bard Quiz contains over 7,800 questions, covering 37 plays of William Shakespeare scene-by-scene. This is the largest quiz database on the works of the Bard of Avon available anywhere - and it is entirely free!

Too good to be true? Well, there is a catch. Quiz takers will be graded by the Bard himself! Be prepared for feedback from the sharpest tongue of the Elizabethan era, indeed, of any period!

Scholars may question our motives, but our methods have indisputably led to a remarkable breakthough in artificial intelligence. By applying next-generation super-computing to The Complete Works, our coders have re-created the thought patterns of the greatest creative mind in history!

WHY IS THE BARD SO ANGRY?

While admitting no legal liability, we are duty-bound to alert quiz takers to the hazards associated with using our app. Please be reminded of the warning that is inscribed on Shakespeare's gravestone in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon:​​​​​​​​​

By cloning the Bard's mental DNA, we have unwittingly roused his spirit, in digital form, from its 400-year long slumber. And it appears that the prospect of grading questions, while trapped for eternity within a free mobile app, has soured the "sweet swan of Avon."

 

FIND US IN THE APP STORE

Whether you are a reluctant student or an aficionado, the Angry Bard Quiz provides an unmatched test of your knowledge of Shakespeare's plays. Launch the web version by clicking the button above; or download the mobile app from the Apple app store (for iPhone and iPad) or Google Play store (for Android phones)​.

DISCLAIMER

While using this app, you will be subjected to insulting language that is directed at:

​>   your dull intelligence

​>   your weak character

​>   your lack of any redeeming virtue

​>   your woeful physical appearance

​>   your low standard of personal hygiene

We can accept NO RESPONSIBILITY for wounded pride, hurt feelings, or outraged sensitivities.

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