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Romeo and Juliet - William Shakespeare
Use this guide to find information about Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare, his works, the Globe Theater, the Renaissance, and Queen Elizabeth I.
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Elizabeth I by
Call Number: B ELIZABETH I
Presents a biography of Elizabeth I, Queen of Tudor England, and provides information on the Renaissance, her forty-five year reign--called the Golden Age--her court, and her achievements.
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Highlighted Books & Materials from Our Library
Find books about Shakespeare, his theater and the Renaissance in the nonfiction, reference, biography, and audio-visual sections in our library. We even have e-books. Use our catalog to find a full listing of all materials on everything Shakespeare and the Renaissance. Here are a few of our highlighted materials.
Shakespeare A to Z by
Call Number: R 822.3 BOY
Contains approximately three thousand alphabetically arranged entries that provide information about various aspects of the life and works of sixteenth-century poet and playwright William Shakespeare.
The Age of Shakespeare by
Call Number: 792 KER
Examines the history, culture, and society of Elizabethan England, and looks at the life and writings of William Shakespeare within the context of the time in which he lived.
Call Number: 940.2 LAN
An illustrated overview of the philosophy, inventions, art, government, religion, and daily life of the Renaissance.
Encyclopedia of Women in the Renaissance by
Call Number: R 305.48 ENC
A reference on women's experiences, contributions, and achievements during the Renaissance in the areas of art, culture, science, philosophy, and religion, containing 135 biographies and approximately thirty topic articles.
Architecture of the Renaissance by
Call Number: 724 JES
Text and illustrations examine the architecture of the Renaissance, beginning in fifteenth-century Italy. Includes a selection of related documents.
The Renaissance by
An encyclopedia of the Renaissance with articles on various aspects of social, cultural, and political history such as literature, government, warfare, and technology, plus maps, charts, definitions, and chronology.
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