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Top Ten Classics I've Read and Learned From

Hello and happy Top Ten Tuesday, guys! This week’s theme is a back-to-school freebie — anything to do with books you read in school or college, required readings, classics… basically anything to do with books and school. 1.328 mais palavras


Early Modern Literary Geographies - 14-15 October 2016

Early Modern Literary Geographies, Huntington library, San Marino, CA, 14-15 October 2016 –  details here or download the programme brochure

The conference is organised around the themes of Body, House, Neighbourhood, and Region. 32 mais palavras

Books received - Marshall, Shakespeare, O'Lear & Dalby, Mitchell, Harvey

Back from holiday, a mix of recently received books. The Routledge ones are in recompense for review work, as is Shakespeare and Space. The others were picked up second-hand for various projects.

Who Wrote Shakespeare? - Martin Wiggins on collaboration at the BBC website

Who Wrote Shakespeare? – Martin Wiggins at the BBC website. The discussion is not of the para-academic debate about whether William Shakespeare wrote the plays that bear his name, but rather about the collaborative nature of some of them – some of which are canonical, and some of which are disputed. 120 mais palavras

For Shakespeare Fans, Two Sequels by David Henry Wilson

On the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s departure (exit stage left), a treat for all you Shakespeare fans. Playwright David Henry Wilson had the temerity to write sequels to… 243 mais palavras


Tychy@ the Fringe: Queen Lear.

So this is the way the Fringe ends, not with a bang but a Monday. It is Monday afternoon and three of the Big Four venues are still recognisably open, whilst the Underbelly and almost all of the Fringe’s medium-sized theatres are now in pieces. 535 mais palavras

Edinburgh Fringe