W. Shakespeare Gent: His Actual Nottebooke Together with Numerouse Illustrations & Annotations by the Very Same Handde

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Ebenezer Press, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 77 pages
The discovery by Graham Clarke of Shakespeare's actual nottebooke gives us an insight into the great bard's intimate thoughts and prejudices, from the moment he was expelled from school until he went to London. It includes torrid details of his life-long antipathy to his rival Sir Francis Bacon.

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The editors: Paul Longley is a Professor of Geographic Information Science, University College London and Graham Clarke is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Geography, University of Leeds

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