Books tagged: elizabethan and jacobean drama

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The Ostraka Plays - Volume Four - A LITTLE WINTER LOVE
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 38,870. Language: English. Published: January 21, 2012. Category: Plays » Ancient & Classical
The Fall of Basing House during the last months of the English Civil War sees a night of violence, terror and phantasm released into its ruins. The survivors of that siege scramble amid the fires and the cracking stones seeking revenge, love and the awful performance of one last Masque covered in blood and tatters.
Filling the Cheap Seats
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Price: Free! Words: 19,880. Language: English. Published: August 5, 2012. Category: Essay » Literature
Do you think of Shakespeare as something you had to read in school? Or do you think of Shakespeare as that famous author that you ought to read but that you never get around to? If you do, then Filling the Cheap Seats aims to convince you that Shakespeare is fun! This short book offers fun thoughts and unusual ideas about Shakespeare the playwright and his thirty seven plays.
The Drama of Shakespeare's England: A Writing Guide for Students
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 8,610. Language: English. Published: March 6, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Essays
You have to write an essay on Shakespeare and you need some help. Fast. This short, easy-to-read guide covers all the ins and outs of writing about The Bard.
Mark Twain's 'Is Shakespeare Dead?'
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,240. Language: English. Published: July 4, 2014. Category: Plays » American / African American
Mark Twain's hilarious (1909) debunking of the myth that William Shakespeare wrote the works of Shakespeare, adapted as a monologue for the stage by Keir Cutler, PhD. Performed across North America since 2002. "Cutler humorously distills Twain's thesis that Shakespeare didn't actually write the great works attributed to him. It's a compelling argument . . . great comic effect." Orlando Sentinel