A travel guide to Shakespeare"s London

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Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Homes and haunts -- England -- London -- Juvenile literature, London (England) -- History -- 16th century -- Juvenile literature, London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 16th century -- Juvenile literature, London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 17th century -- Juvenile liter
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A visitors" guide to London in 1604, including what to see, where to stay, and where to eat, with sidebars on such topics as proper etiquette, famous residents, and student life at Oxford.

Other titlesShakespeare"s London
StatementJames Barter.
GenreJuvenile literature
SeriesTravel guide, Travel guide (Lucent Books)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA680 .B37 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination112 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23271219M
ISBN 101590181468
LC Control Number2002003286
OCLC/WorldCa49404321

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Travelers wishing to visit London are provided information about travel tips, the best inns for lodging, great food in taverns or pubs, and guided tours of London's oldest and most historically significant architecture.4/5(1).

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"Shakespeare's London" is a colorful and lively period travel guide that provides glimpses into the life of this great city at the time of Queen Elizabeth, four hundred years ago.

Travelers wishing to visit London are provided information about travel tips, the best inns for lodging, 3/5(5). A travel guide to Shakespeare's London. [James Barter] -- A visitors' guide to London inincluding what to see, where to stay, and where to eat, with sidebars on such topics as proper etiquette, famous residents, and student life at Oxford.

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Book a Blue Badge Tourist Guide for a William Shakespeare Tour because Your Blue Badge Tourist Guide will lead you through streets both north and south of the River Thames and bring what we know of his life into focus for you right where it happened.

During the tour, you will: Learn about life in Elizabethan London. Traditionalists argue that Shakespeare could have got all his knowledge of France and Italy from foreigners living in London, and from reading.

(David Kathman has a typical article.) Other traditionalists have argued that he must have been to Europe, since his knowledge of. Most of the London Shakespeare knew has been destroyed by fire, war and developers, but a surprising number of buildings and places which he knew still survive.

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The book contains guided tours which show you to sample the atmosphere and see the sights which Tudor tourists enjoyed/5(3). William Shakespeare, the bard of Avon, was born in the Warwickshire market town of Stratford inand died there years ago, in Shakespeare’s Way, km or miles long, inaugurated inruns from his birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire to Shakespeare’s Globe (close to where the original Globe Theatre stood), alongside the Thames in London.

A fresh and colourful look at Shakespeare’s London published on the th anniversary of the playwright’s death. Readers can explore the streets of Shakespeare’s London and see the sights he saw, while learning how people ate, drank, misbehaved and had : £   A travel guide to Shakespeare's London by James Barter.

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Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: A tourist’s guide to Shakespeare’s London. Discover what it was like to wander the streets of Shakespeare’s London. Though large portions of the city from Shakespeare’s time have since been. Visitor's Guide To Shakespeare's London.

A fresh and colourful look at Shakespeare's London published on the th anniversary of the playwright's death. Readers can explore the streets of. A visitors' guide to London inincluding what to see, where to stay, and where to eat, with sidebars on such topics as proper etiquette, famous residents, and student life at Oxford.

The Globe Guide to Shakespeare is the ultimate guide to the life and work of the world's greatest playwright: William Shakespeare.

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Guide dogs are welcome to Shakespeare’s Globe. During a tour of the building, guide dogs should stay with their owners. We suggest that for performances, guide dogs are cared for by our stewards. Please let us know in advance if you wish to bring a dog to a performance. London Stone was a very famous landmark in Shakespeare’s lifetime on the south side of the street, then known as Candlewick Street.

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It represented the heart of London, the place where oaths were sworn, debts redeemed and contracts agreed. The stone is wreathed in myth and : Britain Magazine. Shakespeare's Globe is a world-renowned theatre, education centre, and cultural landmark, located on the bank of the River Thames in London, UK.

Whilst our doors are closed, we are still very much open, online, providing Shakespeare for all. Prices are per car/minibus not per person and include your private tour guide, collection and return to your central London hotel and tax but not entrance fees where applicable, parking or meals unless stated.

Please add £20 for collections from London Train Stations. LANGUAGES. This tour is available in most languages. 'The Shakespeare City Walk' revisits Shakespeare's life on the North bank of the Thames (we do not go to the Globe Theatre because everybody tends to do that separately).If you want to find out about Shakespeare's life (including his friends, relationships etc), while visiting interesting hidden parts of London and seeing statues, monuments etc (many of which are scarcely known), then this is 5/5().

Shakespeare's London Walking Tour (Self Guided), London Just as his father John previously, who made way from his tiny home village of Snitterfield, Warwickshire to Stratford upon Avon to become a “gentleman”, William Shakespeare made his own way to London to become the greatest playwright this world has ever seen.

Book Summary. Shakespeare: The Biography is quite unlike other more analytic biographies that have been written. Ackroyd uses his skill, his extraordinary knowledge, and his historical intuition to craft this major full-scale book on one of the most towering figures of the English language.

Take a step back in time with a visit to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Entrance to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre cc licensed photo by Tom Bastin The present day theatre is a faithful replica of the original which was constructed by the banks of the Thames River inonly /5.

Shakespeare's London: a guide to Elizabethan London (Sightseers) by Ferris, Julie. Print Book. Saved in: Availability Loading Series. Sightseers. Summary. In a travel guide format, presents a look at the sites and society that existed in London during the time of William Shakespeare.

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Tags: Add Tag. No Tags, Be the first. Italy and the poetics of love. Italy had a special hold on poets. The very forms of Elizabethan verse and the terminology of its patterns (stanza, sestina) often came from sonnet (from the Italian sonetto) was introduced to English in the s in explicit imitation of Italian models, and especially of the Italian poet Romeo and Juliet, a play whose very prologue is a.

Discover the plays of the Bard of Avon the way they were meant to be seen, at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. an authentic reproduction of the open-air theater once established by the playwright's playing company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men.

The modern playhouse sits roughly m ( ft) from the Location: 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT, UK. Shakespeare's London: A Guide to Elizabethan London Julie Ferris Non-Fiction Ages 7 to 10 Houghton Mifflin,Let's imagine that you are going to go to London.

Shakespeare’s plays were first performed at London’s Globe theater several centuries ago. It was lovingly re-built near the original location inand the new venue is covered but open to.

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Eminent Renaissance scholars from five countries use historical enquiry and textual analysis to offer new readings of narrative and dramatic texts, envisaged both in the context of the period and from the far-reaching.Step back to the days of the Elizabethans and follow in the footsteps of William Shakespeare on this private 1-day tour to Stratford-upon-Avon from London.

Explore the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon — famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare — with a private guide. Discover top sites of interest such as Anne Hathaway’s thatched cottage and the gardens of Hall’s Croft, see 5/5(1).