SHAKESPEARE'S SHRINE: The Bard's Birthplace and the Invention of Stratford-upon-Avon
A perfect confluence of nationalism, nostalgia, and the easy access afforded by rail travel turned the house in which the Bard first drew breath into a major tourist attraction. This study reveals just how fully the birthplace that we visit today is a creation of the nineteenth century. Photos.
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