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Shakespeare's friends

Author: Kate Emery Pogue
Publisher: Westport : Praeger, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats

Through these vivid and animated sketches, readers will come to know about Shakespeare's life and times.While the book has a lively, accessible narrative tone within chapters, its organization and  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Biografi
Named Person: William Shakespeare
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Emery Pogue
ISBN: 0275989569 9780275989569
OCLC Number: 1038585953
Description: xvii, 183 s. ; 25 cm.
Contents: INTRODUCTION William Shakespeare FRIENDS IN STRATFORD Richard Quiney Hamnet Sadler Richard Tyler Richard Field The Combe Family The Nash Family William Reynolds Thomas Greene John Hall Thomas Russell Alexander Aspinall Julius Shaw John Robinson Francis Collins William Walker FRIENDS IN LONDON Shakespeare and Royalty Queen Elizabeth I King James I Earl of Southampton Emilia Bassano Lanier The Pembrokes Lady Warwick Maria Montjoy William Johnson Michael Drayton The Davanants FRIENDS AT WORK Philip Henslowe Edward Alleyn Christopher Marlowe The Collaborators Thomas Dekker Beaumont and Fletcher Ben Jonson Shareholders and Housekeepers Thomas Pope William Sly Cutbert Burbage Will Kempe Augustin Phillips Richard Burbage John Heminge Henry Condell The Wives Judith Sadler Elizabeth Quiney Anne Digges Russell Dorothy Nash Ann Shaw Aspinall Jaqueline Vautrollier Field Rebecca Heminge Elizabeth Condell Winifred Burbage THE FIRST FOLIO CONCLUSION AFTERWORD APPENDICES BIBLIOGRAPHY
Responsibility: Kate Emery Pogue.
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"Well written and entertaining, Pogue's handbook to Shakespeare's friends draws from, and is informed by, some of the best 20th-century biographical studies, e.g., work by E. K. Chambers, Samuel Read more...

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