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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare referred to books that contained the complete written works of the 16th century human William Shakespeare.

Former Governor Adrian Kodos owned a copy of the complete works. Following his escape from Tarsus IV, one of the few things he took with him from his previous life was that copy of Shakespeare's works. Kodos resolved that he would dispose of that particular copy of the complete works and pick up a fresh copy in order to eliminate the possibility of it being tied back to him. (DSC novel: Drastic Measures)

The Globe Illustrated Shakespeare: The Complete Works was a particular version of Shakespeare's complete works that was produced in the late 20th century. Starfleet Captain Jean-Luc Picard owned a copy of this book, and kept it on display in his ready rooms over the years. (TNG episode: "Hide and Q"; TNG eBook: A Sea of Troubles)

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