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First published in 1909 as 'The Man Shakespeare and his Tragic Life Story' this is a lively biography of England's and arguably the world's greatest playwright and poet by an ardent admirer. A product of late-Victorian Bardolatry, Harris's 'Shakespeare' was both hailed and criticised in its day. Controversial and self-confident, this biographical study retains its interest as a work of period charm. Bristling with fresh, if not always convincing arguments, combative in style and with a full battery of belletristic effects, Harris as ever pulls off a tour de force. 312pp in Wordsworth paperback. With an introduction and biography by J. H. Stape.

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