- Author:Sarah Smith
- Publisher:Washington Square Press; Reprint edition (May 18, 2004)
- Pages:352 pages
- FB2 format1182 kb
- ePUB format1930 kb
- DJVU format1659 kb
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Full disclosure: Sarah Smith, author of "Chasing Shakespeares: A Novel", is a friend and former work colleague. An extraordinary novel, the best fictional description of the controversy surrounding Shakespeare's identity I've ever read.
Full disclosure: Sarah Smith, author of "Chasing Shakespeares: A Novel", is a friend and former work colleague. I immediately went out and bought this book for my theatre friends. Smith's writing is smooth as silk, drawing you in to this strange little subculture. The physical details of London are rendered so vividly, you finish the novel feeling like you've just come back from a vacation.
Chasing Shakespeares book. Meet Joe Roper, tough-minded young graduate student, who has. Like Joe Roper, I want Shakespeare to be Shakespeare too - but what if? Sarah Smith captures beautifully the terrible spiritual, even moral, ambivalence that lies at the heart of the Shakespeare authorship question. Was Shakespeare Shakespeare? Does it matter if he wasn't?
Sarah Smith has created a novel that rivals A. S. Byatt's Possession in its rich and . Every now and then I come across a book that I can't put down. Chasing Shakespeares is one of them. I am a Shakespeare collector who has delved into the author controversy.
Sarah Smith has created a novel that rivals A. Byatt's Possession in its rich and fast-moving blend of literary history and page-turning suspense.
Chasing Shakespeares : a novel. by. Smith, Sarah, 1947-. He's been passionate about Shakespeare since reading a duct-taped paperback copy of Macbeth as a kid. But if all the world's a stage, Joe's working-class roots do little to prepare him for his role in the academic arena. Enter Posy Gould, stage right. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616, Americans, Playwriting, Literary historians. New York : Atria Books. Internet Archive Books. t on September 13, 2011.
Chasing Shakespeares: A Novel. Meet Joe Roper, a thoroughly modern graduate student who has landed the job of a lifetime working in the famed Kellogg Collection of Elizabethan texts and curiosities.
Joe's been passionate about Shakespeare since he read a duct-taped paperback at age nine and found the witches, warriors, murders, and ghosts as much fun as Stephen King, but his working-class roots make him a fish out of water in the academic world. Sarah Smith has created a novel that rivals A.
Meet Joe Roper, a thoroughly modern graduate student who has landed the job of a lifetime working in the famed Kellogg Collection of Elizabethan texts and curiosities.
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