Shakespeare and the Remains of Richard III by Professor Philip Schwyzer
A lecture on the tangled fabric of time in Shakespeare's most popular history play.
The body of Richard III may have recently been discovered in Leicester, but what remains of Richard and his reign survived in Shakespeare's England?
|A Research Services lecture|
|Date||4 February 2013|
|Time||19:00 to 21:00|
Video link to Peter Lanyon Seminar room 10, Cornwall.
|Organizer||Exeter Students’ Guild|
A recording of the Professor Philip Schwyzer's 'Shakespeare and the Remains of Richard III' lecture is available to view.
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