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William Shakespeare

Author: Shellard,D.
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Pub Date: 01/11/1998
ISBN: 9780712345903
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Quick overview Almost 400 years after his death, interest in Shakespeare still persists. As shown in this account, by viewing the playwright in the Elizabethan context and the theatre, we know more of his existence than is often thought, providing a background against which his literary output can be assessed.
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Almost 400 years after his death, interest in Shakespeare's life and work still persists. Much is often made of the fact that Shakespeare is an engima - the usual facets of biographical accounts are irretrevably missing, further enhancing his mystique. But as Dominic Shellard shows in this account, by viewing the playwright in the context of contemporary Elizabethan politics and the business of the theatre, we know more of his existence than is often generally thought, providing a background against which his literary output can be assessed.

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