William Shakespeare: His work

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John Andrews
Scribner, 1985 - England - 954 pages
Contains sixty original essays by historians, scholars, critics, writers, and actors, which provide a variety of perspectives on the world, work, and influence of sixteenth-century playwright and poet William Shakespeare.

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William Shakespeare: his world, his work, his influence

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Contents

Introduction
282
A Survey
283
Daily Life in City Town and Country
290
Copyright

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Geoff Andrews is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Hertfordshire. Richard Cockett is Lecturer in History at Royal Holloway College. Alan Hooper is Senior Lecturer in Politics and Michael Williams is Lecturer in Politics and Public Policy at the University of Hertfordshire.

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