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The Book of Celebrity Useless Information by Mark Hanks. ISBN 13: 9781844546510. Format: Hardcover (250 pages) Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd Published: 08 Sep 2008. The Book of Celebrity Useless Information. The "Archers" Miscellany by JoannaToye.
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This book commemorates the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death on 23 April 1616. Four centuries later, sales of his works are second only to the Bible. Yet, in common with the authors of the Holy Book, little is known about the poet and playwright, and the few facts that have emerged over the course of several hundred years are largely speculative – when they aren't complete b llocks.
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