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After all these years (decades, really), I...After all these years (decades, really), I finally got around to reading (and listening to) Cymbeline. The ending is a bit much, but much of the first 3/4 of the play is quite enjoyable. Now, if I can read The Winter's Tale, and a couple others, I will have read the entire canon of plays. Show more
Sometimes this whole "Authorship Controversy"...Sometimes this whole "Authorship Controversy" strikes me as rather silly. I know it fascinates some people, not me. Show more
This is a lot of fun...This is a lot of fun... maximumfun.org/we-got-this-mark-and-hal/113-best-s… Show more
"I am but mad North, North-West: when the
Winde..."I am but mad North, North-West: when the
Winde is Southerly, I know a Hawke from a Handsaw."
Hamlet: Act 2, Scene 2 (First Folio) Show more
Did Shakespeare collaborate with Marlowe? Maybe. But a new edition of the plays has a deeper argument to make.
My New Oxford Shakespeare arrived yesterday!...My New Oxford Shakespeare arrived yesterday! Here are some of my initial thoughts: willywigglestick.tumblr.com/post/154861806826/new-… Show more
Well it’s finally arrived! My New Oxford Shakespeare: Modern Critical Edition, a new Complete Works that has received a bit of press attention lately, mainly…
Hear how the First Folio was made, why it's so important, when it became so valuable, what scholars look for in authentication, and more.