Celebrating the Bard in all his bawdy glory, this volume takes a hilarious and insightful look into the down-and-dirty sexual puns lurking in Shakespeare's body of work, presenting more than 70 examples translated into modern English.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Dr Pauline Kiernan is a distinguished Shakespeare scholar, award-winning playwright, commissioned screenwriter and best-selling author.
She is the author of SHAKESPEARE'S THEORY OF DRAMA, STAGING SHAKESPEARE AT THE NEW GLOBE, FILTHY SHAKESPEARE: SHAKESPEARE'S MOST OUTRAGEOUS SEXUAL PUNS (recently republished as an e-book), LOVE AND SHAKESPEARE and SCREENWRITING THEY CAN'T RESIST.
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She has an MA and DPhil, both from Oxford University where she taught for several years; and an MA in Playwriting from Birmingham University. She was awarded a Leverhulme Academic Research Fellowship to study and work with actors and directors at Shakespeare's Globe in its first five years. She is working on a major project about Shakespeare, a book on Keats and a novel.