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In his surprise 2011 bestseller A History of the World in 100 Objects, former British National Gallery director Neil MacGregor taught us to think about both history and museums in interesting, innovative ways. Now, in Shakespeare's Restless World, he demonstrates that we can still learn fascinating new things about the Stratford Bard. Using objects including a time piece, a rapier, a fork, a model ship, plague proclamation, and even a mounted human eye, MacGregor slyly acclimates us to this quite different age. Editor's recommendation.