Books of the Globe — paperback book

Lady Macbethad by Isabelle Schuler Book Review

Lady Macbethad by Isabelle Schuler Book Review

Step into the wild, untamed landscape of ancient Scotland with Isabelle Schuler's "Lady Macbethad", – a tale that brings together history, myth, and an undeniable spirit of adventure. I was drawn to this story for its engaging characters, rich historical context, and unique connection to Shakespeare's classic, "Macbeth."

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Weyward by Emilia Hart Book Review

Weyward by Emilia Hart Book Review

An inter-generational tale of three daughters, each embarking on a journey of self-discovery as they grapple with the complexities of womanhood and the allure of 'witchcraft '. This narrative will leave you both captivated and yearning for more.

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The Great White Bard: How to Love Shakespeare While Talking About Race by Farah Karim-Cooper Book Review

The Great White Bard: How to Love Shakespeare While Talking About Race by Farah Karim-Cooper Book Review

This is a thoughtful and thorough exploration of how race appears and is made in Shakespeare’s works. With absolute love for Shakespeare, Karim-Cooper focuses on what his writing says, how he says it, what it might mean, and how with better understanding we can continue to adore and enjoy his plays now and in the future.

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Shakespeare’s Book: The Intertwined Lives Behind the First Folio by Chris Laoutaris Book Review

Shakespeare’s Book: The Intertwined Lives Behind the First Folio by Chris Laoutaris Book Review

Laoutaris succeeds finding the entwined lives behind the First Folio. In short: there’s more to this book than just a book!

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