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Whether you want a quick overview of Romeo and Juliet to set the scene before a night at the theatre or an in depth reference guide for that challenging essay, this is the handbook for you!
This one-stop guide to the life and work of the Bard will enable you to approach his plays and poems with new confidence. Clear, non-academic, prose throughout.
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"A brilliant new way of looking at Shakespeare, and recaptured for me the excitement" -- Nick Hytner, the new Director of the National Theatre
"Lavishly and imaginatively illustrated" and "It offers encouragement as well as information." -- The Sunday Telegraph, 16th May 2004
"Lively, useful, diverse, entertaining. It mainlines to the essential Shakespeare...is friendly, imaginative, funny, serious, modern. A wonderful achievement." -- Fiona Shaw, stage and screen actress who presented the case for Shakespeare in the BBC's
"Refreshing and joyful" -- Kenneth Branagh, Shakespearean actor and director, on stage and screen.
Lecturer Leslie Dunton-Downer has an abundance of awards and accolades to her credit. Her Parisian bookshelves are piled high with books on the bard alongside some of her own which have been read the world over. Brazilian-born Alan Riding makes a living out of waxing lyrical about Shakespeare. He regularly contributes his interpretations on the much-loved playwright to national and international press. Together, they make a formidable Shakespearean team!
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Book Description DK, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0751348821
Book Description DK, 2004. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 9780751348828
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # M-0751348821