Book Giveaway

wpid-510tzmbha-l._sy344_bo1204203200_.jpg.jpeg“From the authors of the international bestseller Homework for Grown-UpsSHAKESPEARE BASICS FOR GROWN-UPS looks at key works – from comedies to tragedies – and the most important sonnets. For parents having to keep up with their children’s homework, those looking to impress on Jeopardy’s next Shakespeare category or casual theater-goers who want to enhance their enjoyment and understanding of scribe, SHAKESPEARE BASICS FOR GROWN-UPS covers the historical context of his writing, personal life, most famous speeches, quotations, poems and more.

Did you know:

§   Shakespeare introduced around 1,700 words to the English language and a multitude of phrases including “Love is blind” and “Good Riddance.” §  Of the ten plays usually categorized as his Tragedies, Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth and King Lear are generally considered to be Shakespeare’s true masterpieces, and among the greatest works of art of all time. §  Antony and Cleopatra has more scenes than any other Shakespeare play. §  Romeo and Juliet may be one of Shakespeare’s best-loved plays, but it hasn’t always gone down so well with audiences. Said one critic: “It is a play of itself the worst that I ever heard in my life.” …And many more amusements about the great literary hero.”

To enter, please email us at bookwinked@gmail.com before June 25, 2015! Contest open to U.S. residents only.

CONGRATULATIONS TO LEANN WHO WON OUR BOOK GIVEAWAY!!! Thank you for entering!

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About dianeledet

Professional Writing Consultant, Graduate of DePaul University School for New Learning 2008
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