Tag Archives: Miranda

Shakespeare’s Villains: Condemning Caliban

This is the second in a series of blogs looking at Shakespeare’s villains each week there will be a post on Finding Shakespeare as well as Blogging Shakespeare and an Online exhibition on Flickr On the face of it what Caliban tries to do to Miranda is wrong, no one would contest that, and yet […]

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The Tempest – two 21st Century productions

This is part of a series of blogs on Shakespeare’s play The Tempest, blogs will be posted both here and at http://findingshakespeare.co.uk/ on Fridays. This blog is really too short for two full theatre reviews but I would like to conclude the Collections and Learning teams joint celebration on The Tempest with a little about the last two […]

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The Tempest – Illustration

This is part of a series of blogs on Shakespeare’s play The Tempest, blogs will be posted both here and at http://findingshakespeare.co.uk/ on Fridays. The wonderful thing about illustration is that you can portray the things you can only imagine in Shakespeare’s plays. Unlike stage sets or even television, illustration is not constrained to the practical, the possible […]

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The Tempest: Ferdinand and Miranda

This is part of a series of blogs on Shakespeare’s play The Tempest, blogs will be posted both here and at http://findingshakespeare.co.uk/ on Fridays. I have been thinking about the characters of Ferdinand and Miranda this week. Is it love at first sight? or should be be more cynical? Ferdinand and Miranda from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust on Vimeo. […]

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