New Developments In Shakespeare's Life And Work

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Ever hear of Shakespeare’s long-lost historical tragedy "Vortigern and Rowena"? Or perhaps "The Double Falsehood," based on "Don Quixote"? Both plays appeared in the 1700s, but only one is believed authentic. For as long as people have enjoyed Shakespeare, there have been discoveries, revelations, and speculation on his legacy. What is true and what is false?

What does the latest research reveal about the life and work of the Bard? Find out during this lecture by UT Austin’s Douglas S. Bruster, Mody C. Boatright Regents Professor of American and English Literature.

Attendees may enter to win a copy of "To Be or Not to Be Shakespeare Now" by Douglas Bruster, a Shakespeare exhibition totebag, and a copy of "From Gutenberg to Gone with the Wind: Treasures from the Ransom Center." The program is free and open to the public; donations are welcome. Seating in the Ransom Center’s Prothro Theater is first-come, first-served, and doors open at 3:30 p.m.
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By: Harry Ransom Center

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