William Shakespeare: In His Times, for Our Times
After the success of the first four Revolutionary Portraits, this book by Mike Rosen is a beautiful addition to the series, which sparkles with the dynamism and humour that both children and adult readers have come to love. An illustrated volume that would make a perfect gift.
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ONE Romeo Juliet and 20 cooks
TWO Cutting of throats
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