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Tag Archives: Shakespeare studies

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  • 25
    Feb

    2021

    The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Race

    To coincide with the publication of The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Race, we talked to some of the contributors of the volume. We asked them what they hope students and teachers would gain...

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  • 25
    Feb

    2021

    Shakespeare and Lost Plays

    According to figures generously supplied by Martin Wiggins, of the approximately 3000 plays that were written between c.1567 and 1642 in England, a mere 543 from the public theatres have survived in print...

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    Nov

    2019

    Shakespeare ‘sans frontières’

    In a lecture given in 1978 the Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges observed that nations tend to choose authors to represent them that do not resemble their national character, citing, as a striking example,...

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