Germaine Greer…

in Shakespeare’s Wife (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2007), is clever, humourous, and well-cited, and has managed to convert inventories, and parish birth and death registries into entertaining and credible hypotheses on the type of life Shakespeare’s wife (and women of all social classes in early modern England) might have lived.

I just wish it was about Jonson’s Anne…

Longer review to follow upon completion.

11 December 2008 ~ St. Catharines

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