In Hamnet died; he was buried on August 11, Because of the similarities of their names, some suspect that his death provided the impetus for Shakespeare's The Tragical History of Hamlet , Prince of Denmark. By Shakespeare had moved to the parish of St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, and appeared top of a list of actors in Every man in his Humour written by Ben Jonson. The group became sufficiently popular that after the death of Elizabeth I and the coronation of James I , the new monarch adopted the company and it became known as The King's Men.
Various documents recording legal affairs and commercial transactions show that Shakespeare grew increasingly affluent in his London years. He did well enough to buy a property in Blackfriars, London, and owned the second-largest house in Stratford, New Place. In he published his Sonnets , love Poems variously addressed: some to a 'dark lady', and some to a young man or 'fair lord'. He remained married to Anne until his death.
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His two daughters, Susannah and Judith, survived him. Susannah married Dr John Hall, and later became the subject of a court case. His tombstone reads, "Blest be the man who cast these stones, and cursed be he that moves my bones. What makes Biblio different? Facebook Instagram Twitter. Sign In Register Help Cart. Cart items. Toggle navigation.
William Shakespeare - Peters College? Westminster, Prize for Latin Verse awarded to T. Hammond, ? Else inside pages all very clean and tight. Non-illustrated edition. From: Antiquariat Ehbrecht - Preise inkl. MwSt Ilsede, Germany. Hier Band I bis IV. About this Item: Condition: Very Good. Published by Frederick A. Stokes, New York About this Item: Frederick A. Stokes, New York, First edition. Part of The Dandelion Classics for Children series.
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World Cat locates only electronic copies. Dust Jacket Condition: Nuevo. Published by Ullstein Verlag From: Buchmerlin Essen, Germany. About this Item: Ullstein Verlag, Condition: Gut. Published by City of Birmingham School of Printing Condition: Very Good. Robert Bird illustrator. Special Edition. In-house printing and binding.
Vellum spine with marbled boards. Vellum with general mottling and spotting. Gilt titles to spine. Corners slightly turned. Gilt to upper face of page block. Slight spotting to page edges. Binding tight. Contents very bright. No inscriptions. Illustrated by Robert Bird seven woodcuts.
Arranged and printed etc under the direction of Leonard Jay at the school and by the students. An unusual and costly binding for the school, especially for More details available on request. ITALIANO Volume in ottimo stato, perfettamente fruibile in ogni sua parte, libretto di sala a cura di Nunzia Patruno, realizzato in occasione della Prima Nazionale dell'opera shakespearina in data 11 aprile presso il Teatro Argentina di Roma con regia di Gabriele Lavia e traduzione di Alessandro Serpieri, numerose illustrazioni a colori, numero pagine Published by J.
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Bettesworth, F. Published by Altberliner Vlg About this Item: Altberliner Vlg, Condition: as new. In deutscher Sprache. Seller Inventory BN Published by About this Item: Cuarto Menor. Plena Piel. Published by London: Charles Knight About this Item: London: Charles Knight, Condition: Fine. A stunning extra gilt full morocco with gilt raised bands, fine gilt tooled panels and spectacular gilt tooling to the boards.
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Occasional abrasions. A splendid set of this celebrated edition which is illustrated throughout. Seller Inventory ABE From: First Folio A. Paris, TN, U. Small 8vo. Translated from the Italian of Luigi da Porto by Jessie Benton Evans, Title page printed in blue with large decoration in colors highlighted in gilt. Colored initials. Illustrated with plates in color and in black and white after pictures painted in Italy by the translator.
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In printed tissue dust jacket. Prospectus laid in. Fading to endpapers, else about fine in dust jacket with moderately faded spine. Incipit page, first sonnet, with elaborate floriate frame. Printed in the Riccardi Press fount on handmade Riccardi paper. Publisher's binding of gilt-titled pale blue cloth spine over blue boards, t. Covers spotted and lightly soiled, one inner hinge paper crack, good only.
Published by Nonesuch Press Heritage , London Condition: Fine in worn slipcase. Illustrated by Sylvain Sauvage. Small 4to. Gilt-titled black leather spine with gilt pattern paper boards. Edition Unstated. No publishing date but the foreword is by Sybil Thorndike, years active - Book appears to be pre Size: Octavo standard book size.
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Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Slight browning throughout. Edges browned and dusty. General shelfwear to covers edges and corners. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: kilos. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: Nichols From: Neverland Books Waalre, Netherlands. Nichols, Shakespeare, W. The Plays. London, J. Nichols and Son etc. Published by A Treherne , London About this Item: A Treherne , London, Soft cover.