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Greenblatt on Shakespeare’s London

With its crush of small factories, dockyards, and warehouses; its huge food markets, breweries, print shops, hospitals, orphanages, law schools, and guildhalls; its cloth makers, glassmakers, basket makers, brick makers, shipwrights, carpenters, tinsmiths, armorers, haberdashers, furriers, dyers, goldsmiths, fishmongers, booksellers, … Continue reading

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Critchley on Hamlet

Thomas posted this as a comment to an earlier post, but since many people read this in ways where comments don’t show up, I’m reposting here, and have embedded the video below. You can see Critchley’s lecture on Hamlet at … Continue reading

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Shakespeare in New York

While in New York for the AAG, I’ll also be speaking at a Shakespeare conference at NYU. It’s organised by the people who put on a conference on Shakespeare and Philosophy earlier this year. More details when they are official, … Continue reading

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