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eBook: Shakespeare, Combien de Prétendants?

With recent ‘revelations’ about Shakespeare authorship coming to light, our friends in France have published an e-book (out now!) addressing this issue of Shakespeare’s identity. Edited by Dominique Goy-Blanquet and François Laroque Shakespeare, Combien de Prétendants? features articles from the editors, Richard … Continue reading

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François Laroque: ‘These Late Eclipses: Shakespeare’s uncanny stars’ -podcast

Listen to the great talk and engaged discussion from François Laroque‘s ( Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3) talk ‘These Late Eclipses: Shakespeare’s uncanny stars’. He explores astrological imagery and symbolism in three different examples of the influence from uncanny stars – … Continue reading

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François Laroque: These Late Eclipses: Shakespeare’s uncanny stars, April 7

Rounding up the KiSS Shakespeare and the Uncanny series is François Laroque with his talk ‘These Late Eclipses: Shakespeare’s uncanny stars’ on Thursday April 7, 2016. The start will be at at 6.30 pm at our usual place in the Gallery of … Continue reading

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Spring 2016 series of KiSS: Shakespeare and the Uncanny

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR SPRING 2016 SHAKESPEARE AND THE UNCANNY 21 Jan 2016: 6.30pm.  Nicholas Royle (University of Sussex): ‘Shakespeare’s Foreplay’  (This talk will, exceptionally, take place at the main Penrhyn Road Campus, room PRJG2007.) 11 Feb 2016: 6.30pm.  Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University): ‘Untimely Ripp’d: Macbeth’s … Continue reading

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