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Shakespeare Bites Back E-Book

Shakespeare Bites Back – free book

Shakespeare Bites Back is a book Stanley Wells and I have co-authored. It’s a polemical essay and is bound (we hope) to ruffle a few feathers. In this audioboo we speak together about what you might say to anyone that asks you about Shakespeare’s authorship. Have a listen and let us know in the comments […]

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The covered Gower Memorial

Covering Shakespeare Up!

Today (25 October) is St Crispin’s Day, a day when we should recall the Battle of Agincourt and Henry V’s stirring speech to his outnumbered troop. Instead, here in Stratford-upon-Avon, it’s more of a case of ‘Hung be the heavens with black!’ (Henry VI Part 1, 1.1.1) As box offices await the arrival of the […]

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'Cry "God for Harry, England, and St George!"'

Shakespeare Bites Back upon St Crispin’s Day!

It’s St Crispin’s Day next Tuesday, 25th October – the day when Shakespearian battles are fought, a time to recall Agincourt in Henry V. To mark the occasion, Stanley Wells and I are publishing an e-book called Shakespeare Bites Back, a polemical essay on the Shakespeare Authorship discussion. You can sign up for it free […]

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