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  • Collection: Past is Prologue : The Bard

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Verso playbill describing a Miami Civic Theatre production held at the University of Miami.

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This edition of Shakespeare's drama is printed word-for-word from the First Folio of 1623 and contains modernistic interpretations of the work.

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An unusual contribution to the Bacon-Shakespeare controversy, Man v’ Ape is, with great license, a copiously annotated edition of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Samuels uses numeric, symbolic, linguistic, and Biblical interpretations to posit that Francis…

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Mary Grabhorn illustrated this and other Shakespeare editions printed by the Grabhorn Press. The celebrated and award-winning printing operation was family run and known for works that combined bold simplicity with a unique use of color. The Grabhorn…

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Fanny Kemble drew from her many experiences starring in Shakespeare’s plays to write this book. Kemble was a prolific diarist and published her journals she authored while traveling abroad. Her other publications include Records of a Girlhood…

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Program of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, Season 1965 production of Verdi's Otello.

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This landmark edition contains 150 illustrations and is commonly referred to as “Steevens’ own edition.” Literary editor and Shakespearian expert George Steevens (1736-1800) was a renowned scholar of Elizabethan literature and accumulated a…

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This performance of William Shakespeare's King Lear was given at the University of Miami's Jerry Herman Ring Theatre, Coral Gables, Florida.

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As a child, Shakespeare attended King's New School in Stratford where he was instructed in Latin literature and history. The classic poets he studied in his youth greatly influenced his work. He was particularly fond of Virgil and Ovid; the latter…

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A production of the Players State Theatre, Coconut Grove, Florida, 1980.
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