LOVERS OF SHAKESPEARE Discussions (44)

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"Fear no more," from Cymbeline

Fear no more the heat o' the sun, Nor the furious winter's rages; Thou thy worldly task hast done, Home art gone, and ta'en thy wages; Go…

Started by A Former Member

2 Mar 22, 2010
Reply by A Former Member

Centuries later, lost Shakespeare 'found'?

Centuries later, lost Shakespeare 'found'? LONDON – Is this love's labor no longer lost? A scholar says a play written in the 18th-century…

Started by A Former Member

0 Mar 16, 2010

Re-Imagining Shakespeare for the 21st Century

1.) What do we think of past re-imaginings of Shakespeare, intended to make them more accessible to a modern audience and in particular mod…

Started by Christopher Wilton

5 Dec 29, 2009
Reply by Jaume

How Plagiarism Software Found a New Shakespeare Play

How Plagiarism Software Found a New Shakespeare Play Plagiarism-detection software was created with lazy, sneaky college students in mind…

Started by A Former Member

0 Oct 20, 2009

Jude Law, Tackling Hamlet From The Inside Out

You can watch some videos of the performance at this link, too. I don't think I'm sold on his performance, though I have only watched a b…

Started by A Former Member

3 Oct 15, 2009
Reply by A Former Member

Roof over Shakespeare's bones risks collapse

Roof over Shakespeare's bones risks collapse LONDON (Reuters Life!) – The roof of the church where William Shakespeare's remains lie is in…

Started by A Former Member

0 Sep 21, 2009

Alternate punctuation in Shaky's most famous quote

To be, or not to be: that is the question: AFAIK, that's the correct punctuation in modern editions of Hamlet. Someone (I think it was Or…

Started by Jaume

6 Aug 20, 2009
Reply by Lynne Williamson

What did Shakespeare think of religion?

It is notoriously difficult to tease out Shakespeare's views from his work, so a better question might be, How do Shakespeare's works depic…

Started by D'Holbach

10 Aug 12, 2009
Reply by A Former Member

Villains in mainstream culture

Ask this question around you, "Who is your favorite fictional villain?", and the reply will likely be "Hannibal Lecter", "Darth Vader", or…

Started by Jaume

3 Aug 10, 2009
Reply by Jaume

Jude Law as Hamlet

I am going to see this production in London on 18th July. I am greatly looking forward to it as I have not seen Hamlet on the stage. I hav…

Started by Elessarina

4 Aug 8, 2009
Reply by Elessarina

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