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Peter J. Smith lauds a powerful study of the relationship between homoerotic desire and anxieties about social, religious, cultural and even apocalyptic collapse
What use is the Bard? In politics or life, what you do with his plays is up to you, finds Peter J. Smith
Seeking a deep conversation between Scripture and the Bard’s works is a fool’s errand, argues Peter J. Smith
A study confronts the theme of mortality during the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s passing
Amid all the events to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, Peter J. Smith contemplates our appetite for everything – and anything – to do with the Bard
Peter J. Smith on a study of the history of drama in penal settings
Peter J. Smith on what books collections tell us about the collector
The medieval weather forecast is climatically wrong, argues Peter J. Smith