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A magnificent, bawdy telling of Shakespeare’s love life, following young Will’s maturation into sex and writing. A playful romp, it is at the same time a serious look at the forces that midwife art, the effects of time and place, and the ordinariness that is found side by side with the extraordinariness of genius.


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    “My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun..”

    Virginia Woolf has written of the new biography in which fact and fiction are commingled in an entirely novel and delicious manner thus bringing forth the true personality of the subject of that biography. Anthony Burgess’ ‘Nothing Like The Sun’ epitomises the new biography. A story of Shakespeare’s love life, it is also a revelation of his incandescently fascinating mind. I knew about Shakespeare’s literary history and a little of his personal life,

    Virginia Woolf has written of the new biography in which fact and fiction are commingled in an entirely novel and delicious manner thus bringing forth the true personality of the subject of that biography. Anthony Burgess’ ‘Nothing Like The Sun’ epitomises the new biography. A story of Shakespeare’s love life, it is also a revelation of his incandescently fascinating mind. I knew about Shakespeare’s literary history and a little of his personal life, but the present novel resurrects his personality, turning words to flesh. There’s another biography I’ve been reading simultaneously with this fictional take on the Bard. Although it maybe more informative, it also very impersonal. Nothing Like The Sun, on the other hand, situates us not only within the Elizabethan period but also within Shakespeare’s mind. A mix of Elizabethan English, Shakesperean language, and Joycean wordplay, Nothing….might not be easy to read but for the one who perseveres it can be a richly rewarding experience.

    It also has something of a postcolonial bent to it in its unmasking of slavery, serfdom and naked colonialism. That must have made the New Historicists really happy.

    “Life…is in a sense all lies. We watch ourselves act everyday. Philip drunk and Philip sober. One is inside the other watching the other”.

    These lines hint at the Bakhtinian idea that we can never know our true self. It is the other, the one outside us who completes us.

    Shakespeare, referred throughout as WS, is always shown searching for love. He calls women a deflection, being time and again disappointed in love.

    “…Faustus. A play, yes, a mere play, but the smell of truth in it – not the truth of the present feel of his horse’s hot flanks, the sweat running down his nose, Kemp’s droning song, but the bigger truth that lay behind this painted curtain.”

    Fervently he worked, not giving in to the demands of his time, in order to create something timeless and transcendent.

    The novel maybe built on speculation, because not much is known about Shakespeare’s life, but it fuses life into a bygone era. It offers historical context for most of Shakespeare’s work through the relationships of WS with Henry Wriothesley and the Dark Lady.

    Also, this was my first Burgess and I devoured it. I wish I could read how writing about the Bard impacted Burgess.

    …more