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              Shakespeare and His Biographical Afterlives
               

              Shakespeare and His Biographical Afterlives (Trade Paperback / Paperback, 4th edition)

              Edited by Franssen, Paul; Edmondson, Paul

              • RRP: $63.99
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              New Shakespeare biographies are published every year, though very little new documentary evidence has come to light. Inevitably speculative, these biographies straddle the line between fact and fiction. Shakespeare and His Biographical Afterlives explores the relationship between... fiction and non-fiction within Shakespeare's biography, across a range of subjects including feminism, class politics, wartime propaganda, children's fiction, and religion, expanding beyond the Anglophone world to include countries such as Germany and Spain, from the seventeenth century to present day.
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              ISBN 9781789206883
              Released NZ 1 Apr 2020
              Publisher Berghahn Books
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Shakespeare &
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              Shakespeare and His Biographical Afterlives
               

              Shakespeare and His Biographical Afterlives (Hardback, 4th edition)

              Edited by Franssen, Paul; Edmondson, Paul

              • RRP: $402.50
              • $322.00
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              New Shakespeare biographies are published every year, though very little new documentary evidence has come to light. Inevitably speculative, these biographies straddle the line between fact and fiction. Shakespeare and His Biographical Afterlives explores the relationship between... fiction and non-fiction within Shakespeare's biography, across a range of subjects including feminism, class politics, wartime propaganda, children's fiction, and religion, expanding beyond the Anglophone world to include countries such as Germany and Spain, from the seventeenth century to present day.
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              ISBN 9781789206876
              Released NZ 1 Apr 2020
              Publisher Berghahn Books
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Shakespeare &
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