History Of William Shakespeare With New Facts And Traditions
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📒History Of William Shakespeare With New Facts And Traditions ✍ Stephen Watson Fullom
📝History of William Shakespeare with New Facts and Traditions Book Synopsis :
📒History Of William Shakespeare Player And Poet ✍ Stephen Watson Fullom
📝History of William Shakespeare Player and Poet Book Synopsis :
📒William Shakespeare ✍ Samuel Schoenbaum
📝William Shakespeare Book Synopsis : A straightforward account of Shakespeare's life, consisting of facsimile records and documents, public and family, and a complementary narrative centering on provincial Stratford and cosmopolitan London
📒Nine Lives Of William Shakespeare ✍ Graham Holderness
📝Nine Lives of William Shakespeare Book Synopsis : Acclaimed as the greatest dramatist of all time, William Shakespeare needs little introduction. Or does he? Going beyond Shakespeare the writer and actor, Graham Holderness explores the fact and fiction, tradition and myth, surrounding Shakespeare's life. Combining biography and fictional narrative, Holderness takes a fresh critical approach to the problem of piecing together a definitive account of Shakespeare's life and work from scant historical information. Instead, this study builds upon and examines the many theories that surround the life of this well-known, yet remarkably unknown man. Nine Shakespeares are presented: writer, player, butcher boy, businessman, husband, friend, lover, Catholic and portrait. By carefully critiquing these biographies and reimagining these nine men, Nine Lives of William Shakespeare creates a unique picture of how this playwright became Shakespeare as he is understood today. Shakespeare Now! is a series of short books that engage imaginatively and often provocatively with the possibilities of Shakespeare's plays. It goes back to the source – the most living language imaginable – and recaptures the excitement, audacity and surprise of Shakespeare. It will return you to the plays with opened eyes.
📝The Scottish journal of topography antiquities traditions c Book Synopsis :
📒Catalogue Of Autographs Etc ✍ Dobell, P. J. & A. E., booksellers, London
📝Catalogue of Autographs Etc Book Synopsis :
📒A Life Of William Shakespeare Biography ✍ Sidney Lee
📝A Life of William Shakespeare Biography Book Synopsis : No estimate of Shakespeare’s genius can be adequate. In knowledge of human character, in wealth of humour, in depth of passion, in fertility of fancy, and in soundness of judgement, he has no rival.' William Shakespeare was one of the most influential dramatists and poets whose plays are performed more often than those of any other playwright till today. In this work Sidney Lee presents the major facts of Shakespeare’s life and illustrates them with numerous quotes of the sonnets and plays. Sidney Lee was an editor of the Dictionary of National Biography and several English classics. One of his special subjects was the life and work of William Shakespeare.
📒Standard Catalog For High School Libraries ✍ H.W. Wilson Company
📝Standard Catalog for High School Libraries Book Synopsis :
📒Truth About William Shakespeare ✍ David Ellis
📝Truth About William Shakespeare Book Synopsis : A polemical attack on the ways recent Shakespeare biographers have disguised their lack of information
📒De Vere As Shakespeare ✍ William Farina
📝De Vere as Shakespeare Book Synopsis : The question may be met with chagrin by traditionalists, but the identity of the Bard is not definitely decided. During the 20th century, Edward de Vere, the most flamboyant of the courtier poets, a man of the theater and literary patron, became the leading candidate for an alternative Shakespeare. This text presents the controversial argument for de Vere’s authorship of the plays and poems attributed to Shakespeare, offering the available historical evidence and moreover the literary evidence to be found within the works. Divided into sections on the comedies and romances, the histories and the tragedies and poems, this fresh study closely analyzes each of the 39 plays and the sonnets in light of the Oxfordian authorship theory. The vagaries surrounding Shakespeare, including the lack of information about him during his lifetime, especially relating to the “lost years” of 1585–1592, are also analyzed, to further the question of Shakespeare’s true identity and the theory of de Vere as the real Bard.