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Shakespeare"s lost kingdom

the true history of Shakespeare and Elizabeth

by Charles Beauclerk

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Grove Press, Distributed by Publishers Group West in New York, [Berkeley, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oxford theory,
  • Authorship,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    Beauclerk has spent more than two decades researching the authorship question, and he convincingly argues that if the plays and poems of "Shakespeare" were discovered today, we would see them for what they are--shocking political works written by a court insider, someone whose status and anonymity shielded him from repression in an unstable time of armada and reformation. But the author"s unique status and identity were swept under the rug after his death. The official history--of an uneducated Stratfordian merchant writing in obscurity and of a virginal queen married to her country--dominated for centuries. "Shakespeare"s Lost Kingdom" delves deep into the conflicts and personalities of Elizabethan England, as well as into the plays themselves, to tell the true story of the "Soul of the Age."

    Edition Notes

    StatementCharles Beauclerk
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2947.O9 B35 2010
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Paginationxviii, 430 p., [16] p. of plates
    Number of Pages430
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25120291M
    ISBN 100802119409
    ISBN 109780802119407
    LC Control Number2010281398
    OCLC/WorldCa456177359

      Shakespeare’s Lost Kingdom delves deep into the conflicts and personalities of Elizabethan England, as well as the plays themselves, to tell the true story of the “Soul of the Age.” “Beauclerk’s learned, deep scholarship, compelling research, engaging style and convincing interpretation won me completely.3/5(3).   Charles Beauclerk’s new book, “Shakespeare’s Lost Kingdom,” takes the theory to its extreme. It maintains that Oxford wasn’t just the author of the plays, he was the secret son of .

      Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Shakespeare's Lost Kingdom: The True History of Shakespeare and Elizabeth at Read honest and /5. The Last Kingdom is a British historical fiction television series based on Bernard Cornwell's The Saxon Stories series of novels. The first series of eight episodes premiered on 10 October on BBC America, and on BBC Two in the UK on 22 October A second series of eight episodes was aired on BBC Two in the UK in March , co-produced by Netflix after the exit of BBC of episodes: 26 (list of episodes).

    William Shakespeare, –, English dramatist and poet, b. Stratford-upon-Avon. He is widely considered the greatest playwright who ever lived. I am currently reading ‘Shakespeare’s Lost Kingdom’ by Charles Beauclerk; a book I’ve had in my collection for a while but have recently been prompted to read. Every page is delectable, engaging and essential reading for all Shakespeare enthusiasts. Author and regular contributor to the Thea.


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"A riveting narrative filled with learned insights into Renaissance England, Shakespeare's Lost Kingdom is a soulful meditation on the timeless words of those masterworks at the centre of our cultural heritage." - Professor James Norwood "An amazing work of scholarship-so eloquent, yet written in an immediately 'popular' style/5(24).

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Shakespeare’s lost kingdom delves deep into the conflicts and personalities of Elizabethan England, as well as the plays themselves, to tell the true story of the “Soul of the Age.

Beauclerk’s learned, deep scholarship, compelling research, engaging style and convincing interpretation won me completely. The canon of  Shakespeare’s plays  is not a clear, cut-and-dried list.

Shortly after the writer’s death what is known as  the First Folio  was printed. We know, now, that he wrote several plays that were not included in that volume – plays that are often referred to as  Shakespeare’s ‘lost plays’.

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“A riveting narrative filled with learned insights into Renaissance England, Shakespeare’s Lost Kingdom is a soulful meditation on the timeless words of those masterworks at the centre of our cultural heritage.” - Professor James Norwood “An amazing work of scholarship—so eloquent, yet written in an immediately 'popular' style.

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