Publisher description for The Shakespeare diaries : a fictional autobiography / J.P. Wearing.

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Blending fact with fiction and written in diary form, this unique biography of Shakespeare encapsulates his life like never before—from his views on daily events to vivid impressions of the Elizabethan era and his role within such a world. Delightfully whimsical, this distinctive life story provides answers to questions such as What was Shakespeare thinking while he wrote Hamlet? What did he and Ben Jonson talk about when they were having a drink together? and What might Shakespeare have said to the formidable Elizabeth I? Incorporating fragments of lines and phrases from The Bard’s plays and poems along with fascinating endnotes, this portrait will seize readers with its fresh, offbeat approach to the man and his work.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Fiction.