Shakespeare

Shakespeare

Book - 2001
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This fascinating introduction to the playwright begins with a description of the world in 1600 -- plague, famine and war -- "yet out of this turbulent world came one of the finest, most highly-respected and best-loved writers of all time". At the forefront of the English Renaissance Shakespeare began his career as a stagehand and then an actor, giving personal readings to Elizabeth I in her private chambers. Many of his plays have been turned into films, and he is still quoted today.
Publisher: Tunbridge Wells : Ticktock, c2001
ISBN: 9781860072420
1860072429
9781860072406
1860072402
Branch Call Number: 822.3 Bm6
Characteristics: 31 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map, geneal. table ; 25 cm

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