Sixteenth Century Journal Praises The Assassination of Shakespeare’s Patron because it “represents the best aspects of primary research and historical scholarship.”

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The Assassination of Shakespeare’s Patron by Leo Daugherty: “The book represents the best aspects of primary research and historical scholarship.” – Sixteenth Century Journal

Cambria Press congratulates Professor Leo Daugherty (Mount Allison University) on the outstanding review of his book The Assassination of Shakespeare’s Patron in Sixteenth Century Journal, which praises “Leo Daugherty’s dedicated and meticulous scholarship and research processes” which “elucidates how the complex life and death of the Elizabethan, most known as Shakespeare’s patron, was a lightning rod for the momentous political, cultural, and historical currents of the time.” The review further adds that “The book is useful in combining scholarly and investigative techniques with its attention to facts and details, and with the inclusion of seemingly unconnected aspects of the case/culture” and lauds it because “the book represents the best aspects of primary research and historical scholarship.”

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