In 1612, Shakespeare Gave Evidence In A Court Case At Westminster And It Is The Only Occasion On Which His Actual Spoken Words Were Recorded In The Lodger Shakespeare, Charles Nicholl Applies A Powerful Biographical Magnifying Glass To This Fascinating But Little Known Episode In The Bard S Life Drawing On Evidence From A Wide Variety Of Sources, Nicholl Creates A Compellingly Detailed Account Of The Circumstances In Which Shakespeare Lived And Worked Amid The Bustle Of Early Seventeenth Century London This Elegant, Often Unexpected Exploration Presents A New And Original Look At Shakespeare As He Was Writing Such Masterpieces As Othello, Measure For Measure, And King Lear.
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- 416 pages
- The Lodger Shakespeare
- Charles Nicholl
- 13 March 2018 Charles Nicholl