Will Shakespeare and the Globe Theater
Random House, 1955 - 182 pages
Opening with Shakespeare at the age of 22, setting out to seek his fortune on the stage, this biography shows the part he played in the building of the Globe Theater, the birth of the great plays, and Shakespeare and his associates in Elizabethan London.
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TO THE CITY OF HIS DREAMS
ADVENTURES BY THE WAY
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