Esther Lee can recite SHAKESPEARE word by word

Esther Lee, from Sydney, can name the 195 capital cities of the world that Shakespeare recited.

A five-year-old girl who can notably name the 195 capitals of the world in any order has recited Shakespeare.

Little Esther Lee, from Sydney, made headlines in 2016 after she was able to memorize the capital of each city in the world at the tender age of two.

And advancing rapidly for three years, the child prodigy, who can also speak three languages, showed a new talent: reciting classical poetry.

Appearing in Sunrise, the clever girl recited her favorite Romeo and Juliet scene word by word live on air.

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Esther Lee, from Sydney, can name the 195 capital cities of the world that Shakespeare recited.

Esther Lee, from Sydney, can name the 195 capital cities of the world that Shakespeare recited.

Romeo and Juliet, act two, scene two … Or Romeo, Romeo. Why are you Romeo? & # 39; Esther said.

– Deny your father and reject your name. Or if you're not going to be but my love and I will not be a Capulet anymore.

& # 39; It's just your name that is my enemy. You are yourself, although not a Montague. What is Montague? It is not a hand, foot, arm, face, or any other part belonging to a man.

& # 39; O, I know another name. What's in a name? What we call a rose. By any other word, I could smell so sweet.

Her recital was quickly greeted with warm applause when she spoke to him about her love for William Shakespeare.

"I love everything about Shakespeare, he did everything, and I like him and he was a great poet," Esther said.

Little Esther Lee, from Sydney, made headlines in 2016 after she memorized the capital of each city in the world at the tender age of two.

Little Esther Lee, from Sydney, made headlines in 2016 after she memorized the capital of each city in the world at the tender age of two.

Little Esther Lee, from Sydney, made headlines in 2016 after she memorized the capital of each city in the world at the tender age of two.

His father Shu (pictured) has taught his daughter her talented skills after she discovered on a family vacation in 2015 that she could memorize things easily.

His father Shu (pictured) has taught his daughter her talented skills after she discovered on a family vacation in 2015 that she could memorize things easily.

His father Shu (pictured) has taught his daughter her talented skills after she discovered on a family vacation in 2015 that she could memorize things easily.

When he was 18 months old, his parents discovered his incredible ability to learn and memorize details of any country, and recite them in any order.

Her proud father Shu, a high school humanities teacher and Mandarin, told the Today Show in 2016 that her daughter's feat was an "accident".

"He came when we went on a family trip to Thailand [in 2015]… We went to Bangkok and, by chance, we asked him what was the capital of Thailand, "said Lee.

"And we just showed her that it was Bangkok … and after a few days, we asked her again and we discovered that she knows.

"From that moment, I simply included some of the other countries like my family, Malaysia, and their mother is from China, where we live in Australia and we discovered that I could keep that.

"We started with one, we went to five, then we went to 10, and when I discovered that I was interested in the capitals, I went ahead."

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