The Arden Shakespeare Book Of Quotations On The Seven Ages Of Man
Cengage Learning EMEA, Sep 13, 2001 - Drama - 48 pages
A new baby - coming of age - getting older - If you are looking for the right thought at the right time If you want something special to write to a special person If you are looking for that perfect phrase that expresses your thoughts better than you can Then The Arden Shakespeare Book of Quotations on The Seven Ages of Man is for you. Gathered here are Shakespeare's most acute insights into the progress of our lives in all stages from birth to death, along with selections from some of his most beautiful poetry on the human condition.
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