Mrs. Shakespeare ePub download
by Robert Nye
- ISBN: 1856191826
- ISBN13: 978-1856191821
- ePub: 1603 kb | FB2: 1587 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: Sinclair-Stevenson Ltd; 1st edition (January 28, 1993)
- Pages: 320
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 748
- Format: docx mobi lit mbr
Because I enjoyed it, I then obtained a copy of "The Late Mr. Shakespeare" by Robert Nye, which is a full and sometimes hysterical biography, and really goes into many controversial issues about the "Immortal Bard.
1993) The Complete Works A novel by Robert Nye. Writing her memoirs after her husband's death, Anne recalls in particular the week she went to London for the only time, summoned by Mr Shakespeare, and what happened to her in a strange bed above a fishmonger's shop. By the author of "Falstaff", winner of the Hawthornden and "Guardian" Prize. Genre: Literary Fiction. Similar books by other authors.
Shakespeare" is just that. Remember, this is fiction. And while we are not comparing Nye's work "to a summer's day," it is magical in its intent.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Writing her memoirs after her husband's death, Anne recalls in particular the week she went to London for the only time.
The Late Mr. Shakespeare proves how alive he was. A bawdy, entertaining, & eye-opening novel about the greatest writer of the Western world. From the pen of the writer whom Peter Ackroyd called "one of our best living novelists" comes a work that is rich, strange, and wonderful. Welcomed in Shakespeare's own land as the most original, exciting, and provocative novel about the playwright since Anthony Burgess's classic Nothing Like the Sun, Robert Nye's The Late Mr. Shakespeare is a literary event.
The dexterous Nye provides another wonderful Shakespearean biography (The Late Mr. Shakespeare, 1999), this time by giving Anne Hathaway her chance to tell all. And tell all she does, in short takes ( I don’t like long sentences ) and tiny chapters, filling up page by page the vellum-covered book that was a gift last Christmas from her daughter Susanna. Or, maybe, as Shakespeare does, too, since much of the fun of Nye’s marvelous book is discovering all those ways that the poesy-hating Anne was the real source of so much poesy ( ‘What’s in a name?’
The award-winning author of "The Late Mr. Shakespeare" portrays the Bard as never before seen-through the eyes of his wife, Anne Hathaway, who seven years after his death reminisces about her life with him, and offers insight to Will's secret lives. Format Paperback 224 pages. Dimensions 137 x 216 x 18mm 246g. Publication date 20 Apr 2000. Publisher Profile Books Ltd. Imprint Souvenir Press Ltd. Publication City/Country United Kingdom.
Robert Nye was born in London in 1939. His father was a civil servant, his mother a farmer's daughter. Mrs. Shakespeare: The Complete Works (1993). The Late Mr Shakespeare (1998). He attended Southend High School for Boys and had published his first poem, "Kingfisher", in the London Magazine (September 1955; Volume 2, Number 9) by the age of sixteen. He left school in 1955 and did not pursue additional formal study . Tales I Told My Mother (1969).
Product Information:TITLE: Mrs Shakespeare Ny. Robert Nye was born in London in 1939. His principal calling is poetry, and his A COLLECTION OF POEMS 1955-1988 was chosen by six critics as one of their Books of the Year
Product Information:TITLE: Mrs Shakespeare Nye. Item Information:Author : Nye, Robert. Other Details:Condition : Acceptable. His principal calling is poetry, and his A COLLECTION OF POEMS 1955-1988 was chosen by six critics as one of their Books of the Year. FALSTAFF, his second novel, was published in 1976 and won both Hawthornden Prize and the Guardian Fiction Prize.