Theseus' eloquent words of doubt about stories of supernatural goings-on in the woods, arranged into the shape of an ass's head:
"...The poet’s eye, in fine frenzy rolling,
Doth glance from heaven to Earth, from Earth to heaven.
And as imagination bodies forth
The forms of things unknown, the poet’s pen
Turns them to shapes and gives to airy nothing,
A local habitation and a name...."
The ideal soap for washing your hands and washing your hands. You'll be the perfect host or hostess when you treat visitors to Lady Macbeth's Guest Soap. 'Try it in...
'The Quest for Shakespeare's Garden' traces the origins of garden history and the Elizabethan garden, as well as telling the story of Shakespeare's garden in Stafford-upon-Avon. Hardback 112 pages. Measurements:...
The Shakespeare Insults mug is covered with the Bard's funniest and most biting insults from his plays. Some of our favorites are: "Oh gull, O dolt, As ignorant as dirt"...
This gorgeous book is the first ever to showcase the huge range of Shakespearean posters which have been created over the past 400 years. Featuring art from 56 different countries...