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Editors and Actors: Steevens

Smith, James Harriman (7 déc. 2013)

George Steevens's edition of twenty plays of Shakespeare, being all those works published during the playwright's lifetime, has a clear, and wonderfully scholarly, aim: disgusted at the variously exaggerated and insufficient efforts at collating Shakespeare's plays so far, Steevens aspires simply to ...

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Editors and Actors: Rowe

Smith, James Harriman (11 sept. 2013)

Having chosen the topic of ‘actors and editors’ for the BSECS conference in January, I have started work on the voluminous editions of Shakespeare produced throughout the eighteenth century, looking for how the editors respond to the world of the stage. I’ve done some of this already, as ...

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Voltaire and Falstaff

Smith, James Harriman (25 juil. 2013)

This post was written when my work was orientated towards the influence of French literary criticism on the eighteenth-century appreciation of Shakespeare, and is thus slightly out of sync with the rest of the material presented on this website. More details here. Eduard von Grützner's 1921 ...

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The Lion

Smith, James Harriman (2 févr. 2014)

One reason why this blog has become a bit less regular of late is that I am supervising this term. That said, supervising students this term is also one reason for me to discover and rediscover a lot of new material for this blog. Hence this post, which is born out of a little seminar I did on ...

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The Suspicious Husband

Smith, James Harriman (19 nov. 2013)

I'd been looking forward to reading Dr Benjamin Hoadly's comedy, and I wasn't disappointed. The plot goes something like this: Bellamy loves Jacintha, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Strictland; Mr Strictland is the jealous husband and does all he can to stop Jacintha marrrying Bellamy; meanwhile, ...

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Orphan Black and General Sensibility

Smith, James Harriman (21 juin 2015)

Have you been watching Orphan Black? I have, and enjoying it immensely as a way to get away from writing up my PhD. Unfortunately, though, the fact that my thesis is all about performance makes it pretty much impossible to ignore my research completely when watching a TV series. Especially this one. ...

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A Stirling Conference (I)

Smith, James Harriman (9 juil. 2014)

I've just got back from the biannual meeting of the British Shakespeare Association (BSA) in Stirling, just outside Edinburgh. Hence the pun in my title, which even the Bard would blush at, despite its accuracy as a description of what was an immensely enjoyable few days in the beautiful scenery and ...

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Adventures in the BNF

Smith, James Harriman (14 juil. 2014)

I spend a lot of time in libraries, but have – shockingly – never really written about them on this blog. This post will change that, as I've spent the last week familiarising myself with the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (or, as everyone calls it, the BNF, pronounced 'bay-enn-eff'), and ...

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A Stirling Conference (II)

Smith, James Harriman (10 juil. 2014)

Let me continue the tale of my Scottish exploits with a few words about my own panel. A four-person monstrosity wedged into a ninety-minute slot, where the usual frictions of spoken communication resulted in our running over into the break, to the point that there was only space for three questions, ...

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Curating Letourneur

Smith, James Harriman (30 nov. 2014)

This is a bibliographical post. In the following table, I'm going to list the rough contents of all twenty volumes of Pierre Letourneur's translation of Shakespeare into French. I am also going to provide a link to the digital copy of each volume on Google Books. To find out why I think this is ...

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