Shakespeare"

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A new edition of bestselling author Bill Bryson�s compelling and concise biography of William Shakespeare, to mark the 400th anniversary of his death in 2016. Examining centuries of myths, half-truths and downright lies, Bill Bryson makes sense of the man behind the masterpieces. As he leads us through the crowded streets of Elizabethan England, he brings to life the places and characters that inspired Shakespeare�s work, with his trademark wit and accessibility. Along the way he delights in the inventiveness of Shakespeare�s language, which has given us so many of the indispensable words and phrases we use today, and celebrates the Bard�s legacy to our literature, culture and history. Drawing together information from a vast array of sources, this is a masterful account of the life and works of William Shakespeare, one of the most famous and most enigmatic people ever to have lived � not to mention a classic piece of Bill Bryson, author of �A Short History of Nearly Everything� and �Notes from a Small Island�. About the Author Bill Bryson's internationally bestselling books include �A Short History of Nearly Everything� (shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize), �A Walk in the Woods�, �Neither Here Nor There�, �Made in America�, �Notes from a Small Island�, �The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid� and, most recently, �At Home�. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, he now lives in Norfolk with his wife and four children.

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A new edition of bestselling author Bill Bryson�s compelling and concise biography of William Shakespeare, to mark the 400th anniversary of his death in 2016. Examining centuries of myths, half-truths and downright lies, Bill Bryson makes sense of the man behind the masterpieces. As he leads us through the crowded streets of Elizabethan England, he brings to life the places and characters that inspired Shakespeare�s work, with his trademark wit and accessibility. Along the way he delights in the inventiveness of Shakespeare�s language, which has given us so many of the indispensable words and phrases we use today, and celebrates the Bard�s legacy to our literature, culture and history. Drawing together information from a vast array of sources, this is a masterful account of the life and works of William Shakespeare, one of the most famous and most enigmatic people ever to have lived � not to mention a classic piece of Bill Bryson, author of �A Short History of Nearly Everything� and �Notes from a Small Island�. About the Author Bill Bryson's internationally bestselling books include �A Short History of Nearly Everything� (shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize), �A Walk in the Woods�, �Neither Here Nor There�, �Made in America�, �Notes from a Small Island�, �The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid� and, most recently, �At Home�. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, he now lives in Norfolk with his wife and four children.
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Title Shakespeare Height
Bill Bryson Width
ISBN-13 9780007197903 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 000719790X Spine Width
Publisher Harper Perennial Pages 200
Edition 2016 Availability In Stock

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