Sonnets & Poems of William Shakespeare

Sonnets & Poems of William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare
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Especially popular today because of their short-form Shakespeare' s sonnets remain the most powerful statements of love, remorse and redemption. Shakespeare' s sonnets are amongst the most admired, complex and beautiful poems ever written. This gorgeous new collection includes sonnets from Romeo and Juliet, Henry V and Love' s Labour' s Lost, to create a comprehensive collection from the greatest writer of the English poetic form. Little treasures, the FLAME TREE COLLECTABLE CLASSICS are chosen to create a delightful and timeless home library. Each stunning, gift edition features deluxe cover treatments, ribbon markers, luxury endpapers and gilded edges. The original text is accompanied by a Glossary of Victorian and Literary terms produced for the modern reader. AUTHOR: William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564, the son of a glover, merchant and local justice of the peace. He attended an Elizabethan grammar school where children were taught mostly through Latin but was fairly wild and innocent young man, and in 1582, he married Anne Hathaway. Within a few years Shakespeare came to London, working hard to build his career as an actor and writer. He probably began to write for the stage in the late 1580s and had established as a dramatist by 1592. He is generally regarded as the world' s greatest English writer.
William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564, the son of a glover, merchant and local justice of the peace. He attended an Elizabethan grammar school where children were taught mostly through Latin but was fairly wild and innocent young man, and in 1582, he married Anne Hathaway. Within a few years Shakespeare came to London, working hard to build his career as an actor and writer. He probably began to write for the stage in the late 1580s and had established as a dramatist by 1592. He is generally regarded as the world' s greatest English writer.