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The Lost Diary of Shakespeare's Ghostwriter free pdf The eighth Lost Diary -- factually accurate, fictionally funny! William Shakespeare himself needs no introduction, but not everyone knows the secrets of his success! How could a man so busy with life in Elizabethan England have had time to write all those plays and poems? Enter stage right, Egbert Noah Bacon -- one of his writing group who, quill in hand, gives us a new perspective on the Bard himself and of a fascinating period of English history: Includes Spanish Armada, Gunpowder Plot, Queen Elizabeth First's life...and death...and successor. The Plague, the invention of the lavatory and, of course, the building and burning of the Globe Theatre.

About Steve Barlow

Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore have written numerous titles including the Mad Myths in Puffin's Surfer series for older, reluctant readers- Playscripts for OUP and contemporary teenage novels for Piccadilly Press. As well as being authors, they both teach English and Drama in Leicester. Steve Barlow in a further education college and Steve Skidmore in a secondary community school .

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Author : Steve Barlow
Publisher : HarperCollins Children's Books
Data Published : 01 March 1999
ISBN : 0006945880
EAN : 9780006945888
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 128 pages
Age + : 5-9 years
Language : English
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