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Rearranging the letters of 'The Rape of Lucrece' (Poem by William Shakespeare) gives:

The cruel ape force.(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
Other related anagrams without their own page:
"The William Shakespeare anagram" -> "I leak a phrase: A shrew-taming male!" (by mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"William Shakespeare, The Bard of Avon" -> "Abrasive alpha male of the worse kind!" (by Wayne Baisley) (2004)
"William Shakespeare, The Bard of Avon" -> "As I live and breath, Mel's a heap of work." (by Wayne Baisley) (2004)
"William Shakespeare, The Bard of Avon" -> "He of silken phrase, at a live drama. Bow." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Immortal Bard, William Shakespeare" -> "Aha, British male-writer maked all poems!" (by Aronas Pinchas) (2008) (pending approval)
"The Immortal Bard, William Shakespeare" -> "Aha, Will (real British master) maked poem!" (by Aronas Pinchas) (2008) (pending approval)
"The Immortal Bard, William Shakespeare" -> "This admirable writer shall make a poem." (by Meyran Kraus by hand) (2007) (pending approval)
"'Othello, the Moor of Venice' by William Shakespeare" -> "Ebony hero (he was epic lover), aims to kill hot female." (by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
"'Othello, the Moor of Venice' by William Shakespeare" -> "The ebony asocial hero kills white female over mop." (by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
"'Othello, the Moor of Venice' by William Shakespeare" -> "Aha, here ebony lover, top male, comes to kill his wife!" (by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
"'Othello, the Moor of Venice' by William Shakespeare" -> "Hoar macho, ebony lover, kills his petite female. Woe." (by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
"'Othello, the Moor of Venice' by William Shakespeare" -> "All real tale? Ebony hero chokes his wife. Motive - mop." (by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
"The dramatist William Shakespeare" -> "Was a peak. Theatres still admire him." (by Pinchas Aronas) (2008) (pending approval)
"The dramatist William Shakespeare" -> "His art made him as star. We keep it all." (by Pinchas Aronas) (2008) (pending approval)
"Poet William Shakespeare" -> "Marlowe is the lapse, I - Peak!" (by Aronas Pinchas) (2009) (pending approval)
"Will Shakespeare" -> "Whereas I'll speak." (by Segura) (2004)
See also:
A Lover's Complaint
William Shakespeare
The Phoenix and the Turtle
The Passionate Pilgrim
'Britain's a world by itself': Shakespeare
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Much Ado About Nothing
All's Well That Ends Well
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
Troilus and Cressida
Romeo and Juliet
Titus Andronicus
"Thou art unfit for any place but hell!"
As You Like It
Timon of Athens
William Shakespeare: the Sweet Swan of Avon
Bard
To be or not to be, that is the question
cursed be he that moves my bones
William Shakespeare's birthday
Et tu Brutus
The Comedy of Errors
The Reduced Shakespeare Company
Royal Shakespeare Company
Coriolanus
Out, damn spot! Out, I say!
The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Measure for Measure
Frailty, thy name is woman
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Henry the Sixth, Part I
Shakespeare in Love
King Lear
The Two Noble Kinsmen
Love's Labour's Lost
The Merchant of Venice
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Romeo Montague
Othello, the Moor of Venice
Pericles, Prince of Tyre
The Taming of the Shrew
Wills Shakespeare
The Winter's Tale
The theatre

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