Monthly Archives: July 2014

Pop-up Shakespeare

Shakespeare appropriations are all over the place, turn on the TV and you’ll see the Tempest in IKEA’s latest commercial, or you might even come across him in the bathroom if you’re really lucky.. Shakespeare it seems, sells. Perhaps it … Continue reading

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@HenryVIpartone

As you may have noticed I sometimes have a problem with concision, about a year ago now a couple of friends suggested I might like to tackle this. No, they didn’t quite recommend therapy, though I’m sure that is an … Continue reading

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Digital Dickens Goes Forth

Apologies for the Droodian ending of the previous post. But no fear, the story continues here of DD-day (that’s Digital Dickens Day). If you missed part one you can find that on Dickens goes Digital. I broke off rather rudely … Continue reading

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Dickens goes Digital!

Today I took a break from Shakespeare and shot off to a day of all things digitally Dickens. I know I know it’s not exactly my research area but I am doing a couple of Dickens read-alongs (as if Clarissa wasn’t enough to … Continue reading

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Shakes Snow Globe or The 12 Days of Shakespeare

Yes, I know it’s July and it’s been a lovely hot and sunny day and I know it’s the summer. But in the words of Mungo Jerry, “in the summertime we do what we please” so I thought I’d stick my 12 Days … Continue reading

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