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Or Not to Be is an extraordinary novel. It is a literary-historical detective story unlike any other in English literature. Set during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and King James I, England looks outward to overseas expansion, while at home the struggle for power sees the presence of a large number of Spies and Informers who lurk in the shadows.
Amidst religious and political intrigue, the Queen, a lover of literature and languages, promotes story-telling and theatrical performance. Writers are highly valued. But putting pen to paper is not a free for all. For a few who write poetry and plays, it is a dangerous vocation.
Authorship and publication were not straightforward matters. Nonetheless, from this period of English history, comes a standard of writing hitherto unknown.
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In this literary tapestry; an interweaving of verse, poetry, drama and prose, Ron Ramdin uses Artful Reason to unravel a centuries-old ‘mystery.’ He tells the hidden story, not of a Myth, but of a Man: England’s greatest Dramatist and Poet, William Shakespeare. Above all, Or Not To Be is a compelling novel novel; a story of truth, humanity and hope.
It is a story to pass on…
RON RAMDIN is an internationally known author of sixteen books, spanning six genres, including three novels and a play featuring Sam Wanamaker (Founder of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre) and Paul Robeson as Shakespearean actors in Othello. Elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Ron Ramdin is the recipient of the University of London’s prestigious Higher Doctorate – the Doctor of Literature. He lives in London.
Dimensions: 5.25 x 1.72 x 8 inches
Publisher: Compass-Amazon, 2021, www.ronramdin.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Paperback: 761 pages
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