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And What If We Leave God Out of It?

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With Godless Shakespeare, Eric S. Mallin fills an important gap in Shakespeare criticism by examining the possibility of looking...
 
 
Let Us Sit Upon the Ground and Speculate About the Life of Shakespeare

4
In Shakespeare Revealed, René Weis offers a well-written, highly readable, consistent, and quite traditional biography of Shakespeare, based on...
 
 
A Voyage to Shakespeare's Everyday

5
In the steps of his highly successful A History of the World in 100 Objects, British Museum director Neil...
 
 
A Reminder that Shakespeare Is Not Always for All Time

4
In The Tainted Muse, critic and playwright Robert Brustein casts a look at what is for the modern reader...
 
 
Shakespeare at Home in Afghanistan

5
Experiential writing can sometimes fall into the trap of being written in a laconic, drawling manner. Often, the writing...
 
 
Shakespeare's Justice

5
In A Thousand Times More Fair, legal scholar Kenji Yoshino offers a superb example of how the reading of...
 
 
The Theatrical and the Operatic

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No composer has more successfully set Shakespeare to music more often than Giuseppe Verdi, with his early, fascinating and...
 
 
The Book of Twelfth Night: A Work of Unfinished Potential

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Wayne Myers’s The Book of “Twelfth Night, or What You Will”: Musings on Shakespeare’s Most Wonderful (and Erotic) Play...
 
 
James Shapiro on Shakespeare at the Turn of Centuries and Cultures

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James Shapiro opens his narrative with the close-up, confidential tone of a detective novel. In his first paragraph he...
 
 
Shakespeare 101, and a Pleasant Read as Well

5
Stanley Wells is one of the most eminent and erudite of Shakespearean scholars, and while there are many who...
 
 
 
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