Difference between revisions of "List of fictional representations of the Folger"

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*Peterson, Quintin. ''Guarding Shakespeare''. Ram Press, 2013.  
 
*Peterson, Quintin. ''Guarding Shakespeare''. Ram Press, 2013.  
 
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*Peterson, Quintin. "The Voynich Gambit: The Sequel to Guarding Shakespeare." Ram Press, 2017.
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*Richards, Clare. ''Renaissance Summer.'' New York: Harlequin Silhouette, 1985.
 
*Richards, Clare. ''Renaissance Summer.'' New York: Harlequin Silhouette, 1985.
 
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As a recognizable landmark on Capitol Hill with a certain resonance for writers, the Folger Shakespeare Library has been featured or mentioned in a number of fictional works.

For nonfiction books and resources about or featuring the Folger, please see the article List of nonfiction resources about the Folger.

Novels

  • Bayard, Louis. The School of Night. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2010.
Worldcat record
  • Brown, Dan. The Lost Symbol. New York: Doubleday, 2009.
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  • Carrell, Jennifer Lee. Interred with Their Bones. New York: Dutton, 2007. (Also called The Shakespeare Secret in the U.K.)
Hamnet record
  • Goodrum, Charles A. Dewey Decimated. New York : Crown Publishers, 1977.
Hamnet record
  • Kaye, Marvin. Bullets for Macbeth. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1976.
Hamnet record
  • Lustbader, Eric van. Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Dominion. New York: Grand Central Publishing, 2011.
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  • Peterson, Quintin. Guarding Shakespeare. Ram Press, 2013.
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  • Peterson, Quintin. "The Voynich Gambit: The Sequel to Guarding Shakespeare." Ram Press, 2017.

No record in Worldcat yet

  • Richards, Clare. Renaissance Summer. New York: Harlequin Silhouette, 1985.
Worldcat record

Films

  • Philomena. Starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan. Weinstein Company, 2013.
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