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Will in the World by Stephen Greenblatt
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bookshelves: tudor, published-2004, summer-2010, nonfiction, biography, willsphernalia, history, dodgy-narrator

** spoiler alert ** Stephen Greenblatt's reconstruction of Shakespeare's life and era. Read (nasally with added word drag) by Toby Stephens.

Broadcast on:
BBC Radio 7, 3:15pm Monday 2nd August 2010
Duration:
15 minutes
Available until:
3:32pm Monday 9th August 2010
Categories:
Drama, Historical
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Reading Progress

May 12, 2009 – Shelved
August 2, 2010 – Started Reading
August 3, 2010 –
page 1
0.23% "\n \n The Bard's first taste of theatre"
August 3, 2010 –
page 2
0.47% "1582 - The Bard leaves the family for London."
August 4, 2010 –
page 3
0.7% "The Bard finds his feet in London."
August 4, 2010 –
page 3
0.7% "[image error]\n \n Globe"
August 4, 2010 –
page 3
0.7% ""
August 6, 2010 –
page 4
0.93% "The Bard faces the death of his son."
August 6, 2010 –
page 5
1.16% "At 40, the Bard meditates on old age."
August 6, 2010 – Finished Reading

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