ok lets start the ball rolling..best depictions...
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.
What kind of Shakespearean villains list doesn't...What kind of Shakespearean villains list doesn't include Richard III?!? Show more
Today, just for fun, I chose to watch Richard Burton’s performance of the “O what a rogue and peasant slave” soliloquy, which I had posted…