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Dylan and Shakespeare

By Stuart Hampton-Reeves, University of Central Lancashire Recently, Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature and in his acceptance speech, he made some surprising references to Shakespeare: I began to think about William Shakespeare, the great literary figure. I would reckon he thought of himself as a dramatist. The thought that he was […]

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Shakespeare Beyond Doubt

This is an invitation for you to join our free webinar called ‘Proving Shakespeare’ which takes place on Friday 26 April at 6.30pm (British Time). It’s been kindly sponsored by Cambridge University Press and the occasion for it is the publication of a new book, the cover of which illustrates this blog. I’ll be chairing […]

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What’s up with Qaddafi and Shakespeare?

What was up with Qaddafi and Shakespeare? Defiant and delusional until the end, Muammer Qaddafi showed no incertitude about his right to hold power in Libya, no matter how many people he killed in the process. Perhaps like Richard III he felt he was ‘so far in blood that sin will pluck on sin’. Stuart […]

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