Monthly Archives: February 2015

True or False? Double Falsehood and The Tenth Play of the Challenge

It’s time for the final post in the play-a-day series, or at least the last one for now. I’ve come to the final play in Shakespeare & Others: Collaborative Plays having covered nine other works: Arden of Faversham, Locrine, Edward … Continue reading

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Here I am, Stuck in The Middle With You

Shakespeare has a habit of popping up regularly – often in the most unexpected places, and it has recently become ever more apparent to me just how often he’s name-checked and¬†his work is alluded to¬†particularly in TV shows (though of … Continue reading

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