Shakspere's history plays are more than dramatized history lessons. They explore contemporary dangers inherent in royal succession at a time when Elizabeth I decreed that mere discussion of who would inherit the throne was treason. The plays were political and therefore dangerous. Yet William Shaksp...
Mark Bradbeer, John Casson
The wonderful and photogenic people of Afghanistan are not always understood by an outside world used to seeing images of the country's ongoing and painful conflict. Afghan Faces offers the reader a unique insight into the people of this troubled country.In August 2010, John Casson and professional ...
Examining the social and political upheavals that characterized the collapse of public judgment in early modern Europe, Liberating Judgment offers a unique account of the achievement of liberal democracy and self-government. The book argues that the work of John Locke instills a civic judgment t...
Douglas John Casson
Princeton University Press
John Casson - Winner of the British Psychodrama Association (BPA) Lifetime Achievement Award 2012! Drama, Psychotherapy and Psychosis explores the use of drama and theatre in the challenging area of working with people who hear voices, focusing especially on survivors of abuse and those diagnosed a...
Following Brenda James's discovery of the true identity of the writer of Shakespeare's works, Henry Neville, John Casson has applied this to apocryphal works with startling results. He has thus discovered: Neville's first nom-de-plume (before he used the name 'Shakespeare'); Shakespeare-Neville's f...
Dolman Scott Ltd
Much Ado About Noting provides new evidence concerning the authorship of the works of Shakespeare. Dr John Casson examines documents written by Henry Neville. By matching handwriting and vocabulary, Casson shows these are connected with three other ‘Shakespeare’ manuscripts. He has also discovered a...
Dolman Scott Ltd
As Christmas 1958 approaches Mr James is preparing his bookshop for the festive season. But when a mysterious homeless man gives him a beautifully carved music box, peculiar things begin to develop that take him back to his childhood and to the girl he once loved. But why does the homeless man seem ...
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