Examines the life and beliefs of William Shakespeare, presenting evidence to support the author's argument that the playwright was a member of the Catholic faith, and looking at how the religion informed his writing.
Physical Description:216 pages ; 24 cm print
Publisher:San Francisco : Ignatius Press, 2008.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-205) and index.
Will the real Shakespeare please stand up? -- His father's will -- The faith of his fathers -- Living with outlaws -- A rose by any other name -- Love's labors -- Lost years -- Murdered spy -- Martyred priest -- Playing safe with the queen -- Red herrings and codpieces -- Friends and family -- The king's good servant -- Last years -- "He died a papist."