Category Archives: William Shakespeare

Bad quarto of Hamlet, 1603, also known as the first quarto of Hamlet

The earliest surviving print version of Hamlet is on display on the British Library website, Click here to find out what a “bad” quarto is. Advertisements

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Shakespeare in the Garden

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Shakespeare Folio Discovered in France

First folios of Shakespeare’s plays are among the world’s rarest books, intensely scrutinized by scholars for what their sometimes-minute variations — each copy is different — reveal about the playwright’s intentions.  Click here for the NY Times story

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Shakespeare this Summer

There are several productions of Shakespearean and other plays around St. John’s this Summer. The New World Theatre Project Season begins on July 20. Shakespeare by the Sea is already under way.

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