Table of Contents
Why was the book written, who is it for, about the author,
acknowledgements. The usual stuff.
you've ever heard Shakespeare read during a wedding ceremony it was
almost certainly #116, aka "The Wedding Sonnet", the one that goes "Let
me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments..."
did you know that Shakespeare wrote 154 of them? A number of
others make excellent readings as well, if you only knew what they
meant. This chapter cherry picks the best sonnets to be used
wedding, and walks you through what they mean and why they're good
section makes up the lion's share of the book, and is broken into
several subsections. Whether you're the groom looking for something
romantic to say when you pop the question, the best man looking for
ideas for his toast, or just a guest who wants to write something cool
in the guest book, this section has something for everybody.
100 hand-chosen selections from across all the works of Shakespeare.
(Quotes that will get a laugh,
if that's what you're going for.)
for Reciting Shakespeare
Don't be. The material speaks for itself. This section
tips for how to knock it out of the park if you're going to get a turn
in front of the microphone.
Life of William Shakespeare
For your entertainment, a quick
biography of the man himself. What was his own married life like?