The absence of documentary proof of Shakespeare's education is often a part of anti-Stratfordian arguments. The free King's New School in Stratford, establishedwas about 0.
The catalogue in I. A Memoir does not provide numbers for the books listed there, and is known to be incomplete. It also has a number of typographical errors. Official numbers for those books published towards the end of his life, and those published after his death, are not available.
Many of the books published after his th can be found by going through such sources as Books In Print or the Library of Congress online catalog.
However, since Asimov often did not count as "his" books those on which a publisher merely slapped his name, these sources cannot be taken as complete. The compilation of a truly complete list is not a casual undertaking. Lists of his known books and short stories are archived and available via the web with links listed below.
Any omissions or errors in the lists should be reported to ejseiler earthlink. The web pages available are: A catalogue of Asimov titlesarranged by categories in the same fashion as in his autobiographies.
This includes title, publisher, year of publication, number of pages, size, Library of Congress call number, Dewey number, ISBN, and Library of Congress card catalog number. This file has been formatted for columns.
The "big list" in alphabetical order by title. Every short story Asimov ever wrote is listed here. Indexes are provided that list works in each genre in order of publication, and an alphabetical index of titles lets you find an entry for any Asimov story title.
Thus these copyrights will remain in effect until dates ranging from for his first story published inthrough for works published inand works published from onward will remain under copyright untilalthough the relevant laws may change between now and then.
Where else can I find Asimov stuff on the net? Check out the Isaac Asimov home page for links to other Asimov-related information on the net. If the book is out of print, there are a number of possibilities to explore: Try used bookstores in your area.
Look for book dealers, used and rare. Library and community book sales in your area may be a good source of bargain used books.
There are a number of websites that sell used books. The Advanced Book Exchange represents large numbers of independent used book dealers, and is a very good source for hard-to-find books. Sometimes you can find good deals at these sites, while in some cases the prices can be very high.
Amazon lists out-of-print books in its online catalogue. Auction sites such as are another rich source of out-of-print books. There are many book search services that will notify you when they have found books that you are looking for. The searches are free, but their profit is built in to the prices of the books that they find.Shakespeare's plays were written by anyone, anyone, but William Shakespeare!
"Lunacy," says Patrick Cheney, Distinguished Professor of English and Comparative Literature, gesturing to the early twentieth-century inventor of the Oxford theory, J. Thomas Looney. Answers to frequently asked questions about Isaac Asimov and his works.
William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, baptized on 26 April , according to the parish register of the Holy Trinity Church. His birthday is popularly thought to be April 23rd, but as this is both the date of his death 54 years later and St.
George's Day, the coincidence may be too far-fetched.
This legendary book by an esteemed poet and beloved professor at Columbia University features a series of smart, witty, deeply perceptive essays about each of Shakespeare's plays, together with a further discussion of the poems.
THE POEMS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE William Shakespeare is referred to as a Literary Genius and much of this praise is due to the wonderful words of his short sonnet poems and his extended poems as detailed on this page. Essay Doubt of Shakespeare's Authorship of His Plays Over the years, various persons have expressed doubt as to the authorship of William Shakespeare.
These doubts are as old as his plays. American author, Henry James once said, "I am haunted by the conviction that the divine William is the biggest and the most successful fraud ever practiced on a patient world.