This Eyewitness guide to Shakespeare, one of the world's greatest playwrights, is intended as a resource for pupils and a useful companion to Shakespeare's complete works. It contains over 200 photographs and 50 illustrations, and includes the latest research on Shakespeare's life and works.
Peter Chrisp has a special interest in history and has written more than 60 children's books.
Table of Contents
Shakespeare's birthplace; going to school; religious conflict; a country childhood; country fun; the lost years; up to London; London shows; Queen Elizabeth's court; the playwrights; England at war; plague and poetry; enemies and protectors; the Lord Chamberlain's men; building the Globe; staging a play; music and dance; clothes and costumes; the boy player; the audience; Shakespeare's comedies; the King's men; the famous tragedies; the Roman plays; adventures and fairytales; science and superstition; return to Stratford; book publishing; Shakespeare's legacy.
Eyewitness:Shakespeare Paper by Peter Chrisp
Used - Very Good
Dorling Kindersley Ltd
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