Let me speak to you about my huge words

This is the third of three blogs on attribution. For more, see Shakespeare, attribution and attrition: at tribute zone and Nashe’s attributions. I'm aware that I'm becoming an extremely inferior version of George Lucas, writing an unwanted trilogy of posts about attribution which aren't even the retrospective prequels to something a little better I'd written … Continue reading Let me speak to you about my huge words

Genre and the Elizabethan Troupe

We are very happy to present below a guest post from Elizabeth E. Tavares (Pacific University Oregon) on genre and the Elizabethan troupe. *** What I find most pressing about Andy Kesson’s post, “Generic excitement,” are his methodological queries: how does genre organize our scholarship? To what extent do we implicitly rely on this typology as an “interpretive precondition”? … Continue reading Genre and the Elizabethan Troupe

The Summer of Love (and Fortune): Our Upcoming Events…

We're pleased to say we have a very busy summer before us.  Ahead of our first Read Not Dead this Sunday, we outline here some of our major upcoming activities (you can keep up to date on these by visiting our "Events" page; if you have any queries, please don't hesitate to get in contact on beforeshakespeare@gmail.com). We're presenting … Continue reading The Summer of Love (and Fortune): Our Upcoming Events…