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Shakespeare and Quentin Tarantino

By Analicia García Priego, Aberystwyth University In terms of plot structure, Inglorious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino shares major similarities with revenge tragedies. When there are questions of injustice and the law’s inability to handle crime and punishment, revenge will appear among the possible answers. This will be done with excess, which is a major component of revenge […]

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The White Devil, a Palgrave Shakespeare's Contemporaries Handbook by Stephen Purcell

A Dramaturge in Your Ear (video)

How good is your own theatrical imagination as you read a play by Shakespeare or one of his contemporaries? Have you ever wondered how to communicate the possibilities of live theatre to other people, perhaps a group of students? Have you ever wondered where to look for guidance before directing or acting in a play? […]

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Shakespeare Wins the Debate: Part 2

On Monday (3 June) I was the opening speaker at a debate held at the English-Speaking Union headquarters in London at which the motion was ‘This house believes that William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon wrote the plays and poems attributed to him’. The other speakers in favour of the motion were Paul Edmondson and Michael Dobson; […]

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