Lear

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W.Wm.Mee’s ‘LEAR’ is a fresh look at a very old story; ‘the foolish old king that gives his kingdom away to his grasping, money grubbing children.’ A tale that seems right out of today’s ‘Fake News’ or the ‘Dr. Phil’ show --- BUT WITH A TWIST! The main character tells the tale ‘in his own words’ (along with some rather ‘creative editing’ of the Bard’s play tossed in.) More
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About W.Wm. Mee

Wayne William Mee is a retired English teacher who enjoys hiking, sailing and walking his dog McDuff. He is also a 'living historian' or 'reenactor'. You can see Wayne's historical group on Facebook's 'McCaw's Privateers' 18th Century Naval Camp' page. Building wooden sailboats also takes up a chunk of Wayne's time, but along with his wife Maggie, writing is his true love, the one he returns to to let his immagination soar.

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About the Series: No Fear Shakespeare Novels
Like the idea of Shakespeare but have a little trouble with all the flowery language? Like the plots but often confused or lost? Have no fear, the answer is here. W.Wm.Mee has taken several of the Bard's best loved PLAYS and turned them into NOVELS --- with a TWIST. The stories are told from the main character's point of view! MACBETH, KING LEAR, RCHARD III and others 'tell it all'. Using prose & SOME of the Bard's own lines (reworked just a tad), these tales come alive again! Shakespeare for the 21st century! 'Read them again, for the first time.'

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