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Benedict Cumberbatch

Smith, James Harriman (9 janv. 2014)

I heard the other day that Benedict Cumberbatch (aka. Sherlock Holmes, Julian Assange, and Smaug) is going to be playing Hamlet in London towards the end of 2014. There is much excitement about this, on a par with that surrounding David Tennant's Hamlet with the RSC in 2009. This way of talking ...

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Editors and Actors: Pope

Smith, James Harriman (13 sept. 2013)

What attitude towards the stage does Alexander Pope’s 1725 edition of Shakespeare’s plays evince? That is the question. Answering it turns out to be quite difficult, so this post will be as much about methodology as about tentative conclusions. Alexander Pope (1688-1744), painted around 1727 by ...

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On having your pencil ready

Smith, James Harriman (29 juin 2014)

I have been reading Joseph Roach's Cities of the Dead recently. It's amazing, and I'm learning a great deal. While there will probably be a blog post dedicated to the text in the near(ish) future, I wanted to write today about something else instead. It all begins with an innocuous pair of sentences ...

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Shakespeare Interleaved

Smith, James Harriman (24 oct. 2013)

At the end of my post on the collection of Richard Warner's notes in the Beinecke, I mentioned that his editions of Shakespeare, complete with working notes on interleaved pages, had been digitised and was available online. With a day between returning from America and planning out my work for the ...

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What an actor knows...

Smith, James Harriman (3 sept. 2013)

Kemble as Hamlet in 1802 In 1785, Thomas Whately was persuaded to publish something he’d first drafted in the 1760s and put back in the cupboard in order to work on a treatise on Modern Gardening. This was his Remarks on the Characters of Shakespeare, which, when it finally did appear, had some ...

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Back to Johnson

Smith, James Harriman (3 sept. 2013)

I have lost count of the number of times that I have read Samuel Johnson’s Preface to his edition of Shakespeare (1765). This time, however, I came to it with some pretty sharp questions, and this post will offer a brief look at what this approach led me to in the text. The questions were, simply ...

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Update

Smith, James Harriman (18 mai 2014)

I've let things languish here a little, but my excuse is that I am (still) writing a great deal elsewhere, and simply don't have the time to put pen to paper (keyboard to blog?) these days. That said, this post is about all the other stuff I am writing, it's specific aim and its larger utility for ...

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John Barton, Playing Shakespeare

Smith, James Harriman (18 oct. 2014)

About four or five months ago, I picked up John Barton's Playing Shakespeare in one of Cambridge's second-hand bookshops. It's been sitting on various shelves ever since, but a recent long train journey gave me the time to sit down and read it. The book is based off a TV series of the same name ...

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Lead Weights on Rubber Sheets

Smith, James Harriman (16 mars 2015)

A page of Thomas More written by Hand D, supposedly Shakespeare. I've lost count of the number of times that I've written a summary of my PhD. When I created this blog, I had five chapters (on editors, theorists, actors, illusionists, and ambassadors), and instituted blog post categories accordingly ...

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La Haine du Théâtre

Smith, James Harriman (31 oct. 2014)

I spent three very enjoyable days at the Sorbonne last week at a conference held as part of the Haine du théâtre (The Hatred of the Theatre) project. I was going to write up my thoughts immediately afterwards, but than came down with some horrible digestive disease, hence this delayed and probably ...

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