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Shakespeare’s ‘Shipwreck Trilogy’?

“What country, friends, is this?” What are some of the artistic and cultural choices behind trying to design a ‘trilogy’ – however loosely unified – out of plays from different parts of Shakespeare’s career? The Royal Shakespeare Company are presenting The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, or what you will, and The Tempest as ‘Shakespeare’s […]

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Why does Bottom get turned into an Ass rather than another animal?

Dreams of Shakespeare in Rodez

A colleague and I recently drove from Montpellier across the sheep-dotted Larzac plateau and over the Millau Viaduct (allegedly the world’s highest road-bridge) to Rodez. We had been invited to talk about A Midsummer Night’s Dream to pupils at the city’s Lycée Ferdinand Foch , which was founded two years, almost day for day, before […]

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