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Interview with Stephen Greenblatt
Stephen Greenblatt shares his thoughts about what make Shakespeare Shakespeare and why the Bard continues to fascinate us endlessly.
Dr Greenblatt has achieved that very rare success for an author, and particularly for a successful academic, of producing a book that it not only highly informative on an... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Stephen M. Kerwick
There is much to like about this book and I learned much. But at times some sections seemed overly long and some of the conjectures about how Shakespeare's life and the actions/... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bif
Audio CD version) Started out interesting but then began to read like a boring dissertation. Should have stuck to a shorter version with historical aspects instead of an in-depth... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eden Elizabeth
This book is comprehensive asking questions and answering them about the events surrounding Shakespeare in his family, town and theater. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve
I really enjoyed reading this book. I am not a Shakespeare scholar, but have enjoyed seeing his plays in Central Park for a very long time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DocMc
A very complete and wonderful look at Shakespeare and the world around him.Published 1 month ago by Jessica
Greenblatt has the common problem of almost all Shakespeare biographers. He assumes, indeed seems compelled to believe, that Shakespeare's departure from Stratford was for the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul Yergin
Simply fantastic - the writing, the content, the history. . . I have recommended this book to more people than any other in a long time.Published 2 months ago by easiersaid
This is a good book for understanding the Elizabethan background of the times Shakespeare lived in, and is very readable for that purpose. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carlisle