Shakespeare: A Crash Course

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Watson-Guptill, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 144 pages
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Each title in this compact series takes a lighthearted look at its subjects and gives readers an entertaining and informative overview.

Thanks to this delightful, reader-friendly gem that covers Shakespeare's various personas as playwright, poet, actor, and businessman, the Bard is made accessible to all -- even to he or she who hath never dug a line of Shakespeare before.

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Graham is both a senior lecturer on theater and head of film and television studies at Brunel Unviersity in England.

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