Further on Down the Road
***The links below were created for a one-week teaching stint I recently completed in Shakespeare. The links helped me to discuss “Shakespeare as Social Construct.”***
Comparisons of Hamlet
Q1 (1603) & Q4 (1622): “O that this too too sallied flesh” (p7;p10)
Q1 (1603) & Q4 (1622): “To be or not to be” (p24;p44)
Comparisons of Romeo & Juliet
Q1 (1597) & Q3 (1609): Balcony Scene (p20;p23)
Q1 (1597) & Q3 (1609): Mercutio is Wounded (p36;p42)
Q1 (1597) & Q3 (1609): Juliet dies (p70;p83)
Shakespeare’s Hand? (Hand D) the manuscript of
Sir Thomas More.
Bardolatry Lives! Engraving of the sculpture of Shakespeare at the entrance to the Boydell Shakespeare Gallery. The sculpture is now in the former garden of Shakepeare’s home New Place in Stratford.