Smith, Emma

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This Is Shakespeare

Smith wears her learning lightly and writes in an accessible, conversational style, making this an excellent work for those eager to brush up their Shakespeare, forsooth.

The Australian

Smith-Stevens has been published in journals such as Wigleaf, Joyland, Subtropics, and many others. While her writing is highly descriptive, with clever similes, the title character here remains aloof. Perhaps it is his anonymity and subdued emotions that keep him at arm's length, which will make this book a challenge to many readers.

Shakespeare's First Folio: Four Centuries of an Iconic Book

Shakespeareans and historians of the First Folio will find valuable information here about what some have called the most important book in English literature.

The Making of Shakespeare's First Folio

With its beautiful illustrations and intriguing background covering aspects of early modern life, this is just the thing for Bard lovers looking to fill in some of the blanks related to the book that gave us Shakespeare.

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