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Hammond, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 144 pages
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A non-traditional presentation of Shakespeare's life and times, this pictorial biography analyzes the diverse influences Elizabethan England exerted on the playwright, presenting an in-depth study of his plays and his career

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User Review  - marcares - LibraryThing

A very good introduction for anyone new to the life and works of William Shakespeare, written plainly, as a matter of historical fact. A good number of pictures, photos and documented papers are included too. Read full review


An Epistle to the Great Variety of Readers
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Martin Fido is a full-time writer & broadcaster, specializing in crime & the author of "The Jack the Ripper A-Z", "Murders after Midnight", "The Crimes Detection & Death of Jack the Ripper, the Murder Guide to London" & "The Krays: Unfinished Business". 010 .

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