Posts Tagged ‘Shakespeare month’

  1. April news

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    April 11, 2016 by Lydia Syson

    Cue for Treaston Geoffrey Trease 1965 Puffin edition

    A quick update…

    Over at The History Girls, April is Shakespeare month, though not exclusively.  My contribution has been this exploration of the many different ways in which the Bard has been used by writers of children’s fiction, for which I enlisted the help of Tig Thomas, a friend, an editor and an anthologer who knows more about both Shakespeare and period children’s literature than anybody else I know.

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