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Sconnettts 51 Shakespearean Sonnets By Scottt Raven
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Sconnettts is a collection of poems written between 1998 and 2014 by Scottt Raven reflecting on various aspects of love. This limited edition only includes the original 30 based on Scott's romantic... More > relationships, a few bonus Sconnettts and the several poems about his family. Permission was granted for all dedications that appear in print, while the quotes that conclude the book have been written by women who once were or still are in actual relationships with Scottt. These appear in the form of Lovers' Complaints mimicking the original Shakespearean Sonnets.< Less
The Shakespearean Limericks By Belado Kang
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This book contains a series of limericks based on Shakespeare's sonnets. My aim was to create a work that is interesting in itself and can be read and enjoyed on its own, while being worthy of the... More > original work from which it is derived.< Less
The Shakespearean Limericks By Belado Kang
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This book contains a series of limericks based on Shakespeare's sonnets. My aim was to create a work that is interesting in itself and can be read and enjoyed on its own, while being worthy of the... More > original work from which it is derived.< Less
Sonnets By Christopher-Gerard Harts
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A collection of over 100 poems, specific to reconstructing the Shakespearean Sonnet. Shakespeare introduces the sonnet with poems directed to his wife and mistress, and with similar efforts... More > Christopher-Gerard provides the same prose structured in a cannon way. After all, language is a system of differences with poetry as the possibility of language.< Less
Testimony of the Sonnets as to the Authorship of the Shakespearean Plays and Poems By Jesse Johnson
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The Sonnets By Timothy Salter
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Ever fascinated by the art of Sonnets, I set out to pursue this form of writing, in an attempt to revive the art and to challenge myself. Two forms I have delved into: Petrarchan and Shakespearean.... More > After reading many of William Shakespeare's Sonnets, I found my work influenced by the quaint old fashioned manner of speaking. My aim is not to show off, but reflect that of God upon the lines I write. Here are my Sonnets. To God be all praise!< Less
The Sonnets By Timothy Salter
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Ever fascinated by the art of Sonnets, I set out to pursue this form of writing, in an attempt to revive the art and to challenge myself. Two forms I have delved into: Petrarchan and Shakespearean.... More > After reading many of William Shakespeare's Sonnets, I found my work influenced by the quaint old fashioned manner of speaking. My aim is not to show off, but reflect that of God upon the lines I write. Here are my Sonnets. To God be all praise!< Less
Dictionary of Shakespearean Terms By Raja Sharma
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William Shakespeare was not born to the nobility and his Elizabethan education was quite basic as he left school at the age of 13 and never attended University. Neither of his parents could read or... More > write - a dictionary was not that important during the era! Yet his vocabulary was massive for a man of his background. --- A total of 15,000 different words were used in his plays and a further 7000 were used in his poems and sonnets. This gave him a vocabulary of 21,000 words when the average vocabulary of the day in Stratford, England, was less than 500. Even by today's standards, the most celebrated authors do not exceed an average of 7500 words (The poet, John Milton was an exception and his totaled about 8000) and the average English speaking person only has about 2,000 words in their vocabulary. For a person with a University degree this range in vocabulary would rise to about 3000 to 4000.< Less
Dictionary of Shakespearean Terms By Raja Sharma
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William Shakespeare was not born to the nobility and his Elizabethan education was quite basic as he left school at the age of 13 and never attended University. Neither of his parents could read or... More > write - a dictionary was not that important during the era! Yet his vocabulary was massive for a man of his background. --- A total of 15,000 different words were used in his plays and a further 7000 were used in his poems and sonnets. This gave him a vocabulary of 21,000 words when the average vocabulary of the day in Stratford, England, was less than 500. Even by today's standards, the most celebrated authors do not exceed an average of 7500 words (The poet, John Milton was an exception and his totaled about 8000) and the average English speaking person only has about 2,000 words in their vocabulary. For a person with a University degree this range in vocabulary would rise to about 3000 to 4000.< Less
An Advance Dictionary: Shakespearean Terms By Dictionary World
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A total of 15,000 different words were used in his plays and a further 7000 were used in his poems and sonnets. This gave him a vocabulary of 21,000 words when the average vocabulary of the day in... More > Stratford, England, was less than 500. Even by today's standards, the most celebrated authors do not exceed an average of 7500 words (The poet, John Milton was an exception and his totaled about 8000) and the average English speaking person only has about 2,000 words in their vocabulary. For a person with a University degree this range in vocabulary would rise to about 3000 to 4000. This is the only dictionary which has been composed in such a simple way that even a layman can easily find the meaning of any Shakespearean term.< Less