Author Archives: Keith Browning

Shakespeare Re-invented (1 to 4)

– Shakespeare Re-invented ** A journey through 400 years of fantasy by Keith Browning – A total new genre – this is a work of ‘friction’ I’m sure it will upset everyone..!! – © 21st December 2012 Updated April 2016 ******** The … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Re-invented (5 to 7)

            Chapter 5           William Shakespeare – first sightings – Will Kemp – actor and comic dancer  ‘Let those that play your clowns speak no more than is set down for them’ (Hamlet). – William Shakespeare – at last..!! The … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Re-invented (8-13)

 Chapter Eight  Noble Beasts – – Born on the ‘wrong side of the sheets’ This debate about the legitimacy and authenticity of William Shakespeare might be as much about the pedigree of royal bastard children, as about the Stratford man … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Re-invented (14 to Epilogue)

Chapter Fourteen  –   A Magic Circle     Temple of the Rosy Cross – ‘Just like that !!!’ I was more than a little surprised when the Knights Templar and Robin Hood turned up in my search for Shakespeare, … Continue reading

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