The friendly Shakespeare: a thoroughly painless guide to the best of the bard
Crammed full of solid but never simplistic information, this book is written for people who want to learn about Shakespeare in depth but are sick of being condescended to by high-handed professors of English. Designed to be fun to read--with illustrations, sidebars, and photographs on every page. Over 100 photographs and illustrations.
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Review: The Friendly Shakespeare: A Thoroughly Painless Guide to the Best of the BardUser Review - Goodreads
A decent intro to Shakespeare, his life, synopses of his plays and poetry, conspiracies surrounding the authenticity of his work, etc. I did enjoy several interviews in the book with actors and ...
Review: The Friendly Shakespeare: A Thoroughly Painless Guide to the Best of the BardUser Review - Holly - Goodreads
I found this book very helpful. She turned Shakespeare from boring to intriguing for me. It's really great as an overview to Shakespeare, including history, double entendres, synopses, popular quotes ... Read full review
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Who Is Shakespeare?
A Look at the Elizabethan Stage
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