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I was given this book by a friend to borrow and read.
"The rendering of my thoughts, emotions and experiences is part comedy and part tragedy as well as history, for life is such a mingling.
If you use modern meanings then fine, but don't sprinkle arcane Elizabethan swear words after it - it looks (and is) ridiculous.
Nice story. Behind every successful man is a complicated, smart, resourceful woman.
I can see how many of his books come from his own life encounters. Read more
Lots of information and really great reading, I would like to think he only had one wife but oh wellPublished 17 months ago by IRENE ROBINSON
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. When I read a novel, it's for pleasure and it has to be pretty bad before I would dissect it for errors like some of the other reviewers. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by KBanks
I was given this book by a friend to borrow and read. I didn't expect much of it so I guess I went into it expecting to find it dull. Read morePublished on November 29, 2011 by Lis
Anne Whately has been William Shakespeare's girlfriend and lover since they were children in Stratford on Avon, through until his death. Read morePublished on November 2, 2011 by Richard Askenase
This book centers on the premise that William Shakespeare had two wives. That first he married an Anne Whately, until he had to get to married to Anne Hathaway. Read morePublished on October 20, 2009 by CelticWomanFanPiano
"Mistress Shakespeare" is not a novel, it's a jazzed-up time machine Harper ferries the reader to the late 1500s, through the eyes of Will Shakespeare's disputed first wife and... Read morePublished on August 7, 2009 by L. Dean Murphy