Shakespeare's Sweetheart or Anne Hathaway (NoTreeBooks.com Classics)

Shakespeare's Sweetheart or Anne Hathaway (NoTreeBooks.com Classics) Read Rating 3.2 ☆ Sara Hawks Sterling
  • Shakespeare's Sweetheart or Anne Hathaway (NoTreeBooks.com Classics)
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  • Sara Hawks Sterling
  • English
  • 03 January 2018
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☆ 21E ☆ Read ✓ Shakespeare's Sweetheart or Anne Hathaway (NoTreeBooks.com Classics) Ø Sara Hawks Sterling 35C Five years after the death of William Shakespeare, his best friend, Ben Jonson, visits Will s widow, Anne Hathaway, requesting permission to publish Shakespeare s plays in authorized print form Anne agrees and years after the death of William Shakespeare, his best friend, Ben Jonson, visits Will s widow, Anne Hathaway, requesting permission to publish Shakespeare s plays in authorized print form Anne agrees and Ben promises to oversee the process Ben s additional request of Anne is that she write the love story of herself and William Shakespeare And so, guided by her everlasting love for Will, Anne begins to pen their story It began on a May Day, soon after Anne s read Shakespeare's Sweetheart or Anne Hathaway (NoTreeBooks.com Classics) ✓ Shakespeare's Sweetheart or Anne Hathaway (NoTree books Shakespeare's Sweetheart or Anne Hathaway (NoTreeBooks.com Classics) .
com Classics) Ø Sara Hawks Sterling mad mother had died, her madness caused by Anne, her bastard daughter Young Will came to Anne s cottage and requested her to go a Maying Older than Will, and of shadowed birth, at first she gently put him off, thinking she wasn t good enough for him his reply was a poetic profession of love And so, Will and Anne began their adventures together Don t miss the real story that inspired Romeo and Juliet a family dead set against their marriage, an arrest, a clever gaol break, a secret wedding, betrayal, a swooning, heartbreak, mental illness, misunderstandings, cross dressing and impersonations, the Globe Theatre, the players, sword fighting, revenge, deception, and plenty of surprise kissing Written in the language of the Bard, the story is clever and witty with surprise twists and all of the romance that you would expect from Shakespeare in love

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