|Statement||wood engravings by Gerard Brender à Brandis and quotations from Shakespeare selected and interpreted by F. David Hoeniger.|
|Contributions||Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616., Hoeniger, F. David.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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Get this from a library! A gathering of flowers from Shakespeare. [G Brender à Brandis; F David Hoeniger; William Shakespeare] -- Annotation `Gerard Brender Brandis is a renowned wood engraver, whose works of densely textured intricacy vibrate across . A gathering of flowers from Shakespeare. [G Brender à Brandis; F David Hoeniger; William Shakespeare] G Brender à Brandis; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G Brender à Brandis; F David Hoeniger; William Shakespeare. Find more information about: ISBN: A Gathering of Flowers from Shakespeare looks to provide visual images to go with the mental picture you already have. I wish somebody would show inside the book! I can’t find sample pictures at all, and that seems a tremendous lost opportunity. A Gathering of Flowers from Shakespeare Author/Illustrator/Editor: Gerard Brender à Brandis and F. David Hoeniger In this remarkable volume, one of Canada’s most celebrated artists has collaborated with a distinguished professor of English to create a work of art and scholarship both beautiful and informative.
'Gerard Brender a Brandis, and F. David Hoeniger's A Gathering of Flowers from Shakespeare is a truly beautiful companion to my daydreams. And if you also love beautifully constructed books and the stark power of wood engravings, you will find yourself flipping through this well-conceived and artfully constructed book again and again.'. Shakespeare on Flowers The many references in the plays and sonnets to flowers and gardening conjure images of Shakespeare relaxing at his home in Stratford, away from the frantic pace of the London stage. We hope you enjoy the following selection. Yet mark'd I where the bolt of Cupid fell: It fell upon a little western flower. William Shakespeare () grew up in Stratford-upon-Avon and his plays reflect his great affinity for flowers and gardening, which has been attributed to this country-dwelling upbringing. However, there was much innovation in gardening and botany in Elizabethan London, plus evidence that Shakespeare was also a regular visitor to formal. Posted in Letters from the Porcupette (the Intern's Blog) | Tagged A Gathering of Flowers from Shakespeare, books with flower theme, Daniel Bryant, Essential Poets Series, Gerard Brender a Brandis, Joe Rosenblatt, Kay Smith, Meet the Presses, Michael Oliver, Naming the Shadows, Rerouted, Sharon Berg, The Bird in the Stillness, The Essential Kay.