Cape, 1970 - 272 pagina's
In this magnificent portrait if Shakespeare's world, the life of England's greatest playwright is recreated by one of the great novelists of our day.
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Wilt thou , whose will is large and spacious , Not once vouchsafe to hide my will in thine ? ... The sea , all water , yet receives rain still , And in abundance addeth to his store ; So thou , being rich in Will , add to thy Will One ...
Greene , in that letter that had attacked the upstart crow , had warned Marlowe : ' Why should thy excellent wit , His Gift , be so blinded that thou should'st give no glory to the Giver ? Is it pestilent Machiavellian policy that thou ...
Profitless usurer , why dost thou use So great a sum of sums , yet canst not live ? After the sonnet had been read , Will might say : ' While we are on the subject of money , my lord ? If Southampton would not marry , it might have been ...
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LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - Thruston - LibraryThing
Lively and entertaining account of Shakespeare's life and the astonishing transformation of English drama in the last 10 years of Elizabeth I's reign. Burgess's pace never flags and while much of it ... Volledige review lezen
SHAKESPEAREGebruikersrecensie - Kirkus
With a little highly educated guesswork but no invention, with great humor and infinite admiration, the "nth" attempt to recreate the life and society from which the plays and poems stemmed, as well as to lend substance to the shadow of the man. Volledige review lezen
Foreword page II
Mural of St George and the Dragon from the Guild Chapel StratforduponAvon page
Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester page
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