Shakespeare, Politics, Territory – a talk for prospective Warwick students

'king lear' pictures 135ROn 21st October I gave a short talk to prospective students at the University of Warwick. These were students between the ages of 15 and 18. The topic, which was suggested for me, was ‘Shakespeare, Politics, Territory’. It’s pitched at quite a general level, but may be of interest – the audio recording is available here. My examples at the beginning are the opening scenes of King Lear and Hamlet, but there are some other examples later on.

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