William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

A Popular Life

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Baker & Taylor
Celebrates the life and work of William Shakespeare, including his marriage, sexuality, family life, and experiences in the theater.

Hal Leonard
Garry O'Connor's biography creates a vivd impression of Shakespeare's family life, his marriage and sexuality, the intimate details of his background, and his relationships with the theatre, his audiences and the towering political figures of his time such as Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Essex. It captures the darkness and confusion of his religious feelings, and his painful search for identity as well as his continuous commitments to change and development. O'Connor imaginatively and persuasively reconstructs the playwright's life and career.

Book News
Creates a vivid impression of Shakespeare's family life, his marriage and sexuality, his background, and his relationships with the theater, his audiences, and political figures of his time. Captures the darkness and confusion of his religious feelings, and his painful search for identity, as well as his continuous commitments to change and development. Includes a chronology, tables of facts and traditions, and a list of playhouses and plays. The author has directed at the Royal Shakespeare Company, and written a number of biographies. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Publisher: New York : Applause, 2000
ISBN: 9781557834010
1557834016
Branch Call Number: 822.33 BO
Characteristics: ix, 377 p. ; 24 cm

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