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The Faith of William Shakespeare by Graham Holderness

Jem Bloomfield on a question of identity

The Faith of William Shakespeare
Graham Holderness
Lion £9.99
(978-0-7459-6891-9)
Church Times Bookshop £8.99

 

SHAKESPEARE’s Christianity is like many of his characteristics (including his identity as William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon): it was completely assumed for years, and arose as a controversy only when he became the single most admired author in the English canon. Since the 19th ...

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