Game and the Poacher in Shakespeare’s England

Anthony Dent examines the lives of English foresters, parkers, warreners, and the preservation of deer and boar for hunting, all in the era of the Bard.

Who finds the partridge in the puttock’s nest, but may imagine how the bird was dead?’ (Henry VI, Act III.)

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