Books received – Foucault, Shakespeare, Alio, Farge, Spriet

IMG_1410.JPGSome recent books bought – most for the Shakespeare work, but a few Foucault-related. Eliane Alio worked with Foucault at the Collège de France, and was an assistant on the book he wrote with Arlette Farge. Foucault’s book with Farge is the topic of a book chapter I’ll be writing soon. I picked up a copy of the new Discours et vérité précédé de La parrêsia when in Paris – this is a critical edition of the 1983 Berkeley lectures previously published in Fearless Speech. The book at the top, by Pierre Spriet on Shakespeare’s Richard III, is the answer to this query – my thanks to John Russell for the bibliographical assistance.

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