My Father Had a Daughter: Judith Shakespeare's Tale

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Berkley Books, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
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In this wonderfully inventive novel, Grace Tiffany weaves fact with fiction to bring Judith Shakespeare to vibrant life. Through Judith's eyes, we glimpse the world of her famous playwright father - his work, his family and his inspiration. 'Tiffany has created an audacious and astute young woman...A view of the life and psyche of the playwright that is unparalleled and fascinating. Her richly detailed portrayal of Elizabethan England and a woman's place in it is enthralling.' - Library Journal (starred review)

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I'm just going to say I'm glad this one is over. :( The last 1/4 of the book was better than the rest, but, eh, just not that great to me. Read full review


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Grace Tiffany is a professor of Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama atWestern Michigan University. She has taught Shakespeare at Fordham University, the University of New Orleans, and the University of Notre Dame, where she obtained her doctorate. She is also the author of My Father Had a Daughter and The Turquoise Ring.

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