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Title Date published
Andrea Mays: The Millionaire and the Bard 2015-11-18
Shakespeare in the Caribbean 2015-11-04
Stanley Wells on Great Shakespeare Actors 2015-10-21
Music for Shakespeare's Lyrics 2015-10-07
The Year of Lear 2015-09-23
Editing Shakespeare 2015-09-09
Shakespeare Not Stirred 2015-08-26
Great Shakespeareans 2015-07-29
Shakespeare and The Tabard Inn 2015-07-15
Shakespeare in Hong Kong 2015-07-01
Shakespeare on Film 2015-06-17
Shakespeare's France and Italy 2015-05-20
Elizabethan Street Fighting 2015-05-05
Myths About Shakespeare 2015-04-22
Recounting Shakespeare's Life 2015-04-08
Shakespeare in Black and White 2015-03-20
The Rarely Performed Shakespeare Plays 2015-03-20
A New First Folio Discovery 2015-03-20
Pronouncing English as Shakespeare Did 2015-03-20
Brave New Worlds: The Shakespearean Moons of Uranus 2015-03-20

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