|Statement||Gerry Bailey and Karen Foster ; illustrated by Leighton Noyes and Karen Radford.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Series||Stories of great people|
|Contributions||Foster, Karen, 1959-, Noyes, Leighton, ill., Radford, Karen, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PR2895 .B35 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|ISBN 10||0778736911, 0778737136|
|ISBN 10||9780778736912, 9780778737131|
|LC Control Number||2007051261|
Shakespeare's Quill was the rudimentary pen used by William Shakespeare to create his plays. Abilities [edit | edit source]. Reality Warping: Anything written with the quill can become true; Inspiration: The quill unlocks the creative potential of its can only enhance the genius that someone already has. Shapeshifting: The quill was transformed into Prospero's staff until the latter. Get this from a library! Shakespeare's quill. [Gerry Bailey; Karen Foster; Leighton Noyes; Karen Radford] -- William Shakespeare's quill is discovered by Digby and his sister Hannah in Mr. Rummage's stall at a busy antiques market. This stall holds many different objects and each one tells a great story. License to Quill is a page-turning James Bond-esque spy thriller starring William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe during history's real life Gunpowder story follows the fascinating golden age of English espionage, the tumultuous cold war gripping post-Reformation Europe, the cloak-and-dagger politics of Shakespeare's England, and lastly, the mysterious origins of the . Shakespeare as you've never seen him before a secret agent. Caught up in a world of corruption, secrets, staged deaths, and playwriting, Will must use but not abuse his license to quill. License to Quill is a page-turning James Bond-esque spy thriller starring William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe during history's real life Gunpowder Plot/5(71).
This children's book is a must for Shakespeare lovers. It is the story of Willoughby Waddle, a country goose who wants to see the world and travels to "Londontown." While waddling through the busy streets, he experiences a typical day in Elizabethan London. Students of Shakespeare will recongnize many of the items and activities seen by /5(8). Shakespeare's Quill has finally been launched. After nearly 6 months of procrastinating, work and frustrated hair-pulling the site is, at last, in a launch-able state. There's still more I hope to add, but I hope there's something of vague time-killing interest to some. William Shakespeare & the Quills isa song from theHorrible Histories TV series. It aired in Series 4, Episode 11on ,& later in theSavage Songs Special. A big band parody,Shakespeare singsall about the so many phrases he came up with. 1 Lyrics 2 Cast 3 Notes 4 External Links William: My name isShakespeare, WilliamI owned afeather quill, I amThe writer most familiar to you My way. This is a fun read where various Shakespearean characters are fighting over Shakespeare's quill. The bad guys (Lady Macbeth, Richard III, Iago, etc.) want to kill Shakespeare, here presented as a god-like figure, while the good guys (Juliet, Othello, Falstaff, etc.) fight for autonomy and to protect Shakespeare. With phrases like "Will's teeth!"/5().
We shall every one be maskd; Loves Labours Lost, Act 5, Scene 2 This lovely, subtle mask is perfect for literature and theater buffs, librarians, English teachers and more. It features an illustration of a quill and book and has a soft, comfortable touch. We have added a new lining to this mask. Yet the quill, one of the most evocative of objects when we think about Shakespeare, was also among the most ephemeral, and examples from this period unfortunately do not survive. (Although the Victoria and Albert Museum has a couple of quill pen holders; one from fifteenth-century Italy made of leather, and a German brass example, dating to. The Bad Hamlet: from Shakespeare’s quill, through Bunbury’s library, to Dawson’s theatre. Essay. Along the south bank of the River Thames strode a sunken-faced man carrying a small book. The man, only thirty-nine years old, was meditating on life and death as he walked down the waterfront promenade. His eyes, bruised from. Get younger kids excited about Shakespeare when they write with their own “quill” pens. Color, cut out, and tape around a pen or crayon for old time fun! Source: Crayola. Shakespeare Printables William Shakespeare Coloring Page. Meet the Bard!