2 edition of Ungentle Shakespeare found in the catalog.
by Arden Shakespeare
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||350|
Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from his Life Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from his Life White, R. S. NOTES AND QUERIES September information that would allow them to proceed successfully in their world: that is, the knowledge that they are in an allegory' (). This notion opens a new sphere for debate about the nature of allegorical characters, and may . Shakespeare's father's "spiritual testament," made in the s, is now accepted as genuine; it is a vigorously Catholic document. John Shakespeare was cited for nonattendance at church in , giving as his reason the wish to avoid his creditors, a reason which Honigmann, Sams, and Honan all agree to be improbable.
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Augustan sage, Romantic genius, trenchant nihilist, and in Katherine Duncan-Jones’ Ungentle Shakespeare, a nasty piece of work. Soon I shall declare him progenitor of the bongo drums.
('It’s been done', comes a bored cry from the gallery.)/5. Ungentle Shakespeare is a model of lucid scholarship which tries neither to beautify nor vilify its subject, but to present him as a living figure in the heat and the dust of the passing world.” ― The Times of London “An uncommonly good book Cited by: For those of us who wish to "take him all in all", Duncan-Jones' "Ungentle Shakespeare" is a wonderful invitation to broaden our perspective on the Bard.
Orchids to the Arden Series for publishing it, as it expands on and supplements information in the series' excellent introductions Ungentle Shakespeare book specific by: About Ungentle Shakespeare. This lively, readable and challenging new biography, by the editor of the acclaimed Arden edition of Shakespeare's Sonnets, takes a fresh look at an enduring cultural icon, about whose life it is widely claimed that nothing is known.
Ungentle Shakespeare is beautifully produced and lavishly illustrated. Its author's scholarly credentials are impeccable. At the same time, she tells a good story. The Independent. Ungentle Shakespeare strikes me as a brilliant book.
It is also a fresh and original onePages: Stanley Wells, Time Literary Supplement 'It is unquestionably the best Shakespearean biography of the new century' Jonathan Bate, Sunday Telegraph 'Ungentle Shakespeare /5(36).
Its author, Katherine Duncan Jones was an advisor to William Boyd for his film about Shakespeare's life (A Waste of Shame). The book shows Shakespeare as a man among men and a writer among writers. He lives in a congested city, where he encounters disease, debt and cut-throat competition. Above all, Ungentle Shakespeare describes a theatrical career.
Duncan-Jones celebrates the Stratford grammar education that helped Shakespeare join a throng of talents from the West Midlands, but Author: David Jays. Ungentle Shakespeare: scenes from his life.
Duncan-Jones, Katherine. Publication date. Topics. Shakespeare, William, -- Biography, Shakespeare, William, -- Contemporaries, Dramatists, English -- Early modern, -- Biography. : Buy Shakespeare: An Ungentle Life (Arden Shakespeare) Reissue by Duncan-Jones, Katherine (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from his Life. London: Arden Shakespeare, I've been using some of my copious free time to catch up on some required reading.
For example, I should have read Katherine Duncan-Jones' Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from his Life in Publications include Shakespeare's Sonnets (ed., Arden Shakespeare, ) and the critically acclaimed biography Shakespeare: An Ungentle Life (Arden Shakespeare, ). --This text refers to the paperback s: Shakespeare: An Ungentle Life - Ebook written by Katherine Duncan-Jones.
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[Katherine Duncan-Jones] -- "The words carved on Shakespeare's gravestone in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford, seem to repel attempts to disinter or reanimate him. The claim that virtually nothing is. Ungentle Shakespeare is a model of lucid scholarship which tries neither to beautify nor vilify its subject, but to present him as a living figure in the heat and the dust of the passing world." -- The Times of London "An uncommonly good book.
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A paperback reissue of a critically acclaimed biography which shows Shakespeare as a man among men and a writer among writers. Duncan Jones takes us through the complexities of life in late Elizabethan and early Jacobean England in a compelling and well-told story.
Stanley Wells, Time Literary Supplement 'It is unquestionably the best Shakespearean biography of the new century' Jonathan Bate, Sunday Telegraph 'Ungentle Shakespeare is beautifully produced and lavishly illustrated. Its author's scholarly credentials are impeccable.
At the same time, she tells a good story.'/5(35). Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from his Life – Katherine Duncan-Jones.
In years we seem to have reimagined Shakespeare in every possible light. Augustan sage, Romantic genius, trenchant nihilist, and in Katherine Duncan-Jones’ Ungentle Shakespeare, a nasty piece of work. Soon I shall declare him progenitor of the bongo drums. Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from His Life de Katherine Duncan-Jones - English books - commander la livre de la catégorie Linguistique et sciences de la littérature sans frais de port et bon marché - Ex Libris boutique en ligne.
Ungentle Shakespeare tries ardently and seriously to bring Stratford Will to life via numerous specific incidents mirrored in the plays and poem, but conjecture is a kind word to apply to the often desperate measures Duncan-Jones seems to summon to try once again to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.
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