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What to Do About Hamlet

Hamlet is scary. How in the world can I write about this play, this incomparable giant in the world of English literature?  What can I write that others more knowledgeable and scholarly haven’t already analyzed inside and out? Googling Hamlet, I get 54 million hits.  Googling “analyzing Hamlet”, half a million hits come up. I’ll […]

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21st Century Shakespeare

This Monday I spent the day at Leicester Grammar school as part of a sixth form day that they hosted. My colleague Nick and I hosted a number of sessions and rounded off the day with a question and answer session. I always look forward to these sessions because they are truly spontaneous requiring me […]

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Writing like a woman

Last week I wrote a post on whether men and women read differently. But what about the question of whether they write differently? This has been debated hotly in the press – check out these two articles “why men can’t write for toffee” and “can a man create women?” This debate quickly raises questions about […]

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