The Women in Shakespeare's Life
Coward-McCann, 1969 - 224 sidor
Conjecture and speculation are combined with the few available facts to portray Shakespeare's mother, Anne Hathaway, his two daughters Susanna and Judith, Mary Fitton, who is Brown's choice among several possibilities for the Dark Lady and a selection of London high society friends.
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