Did Shakespeare Visit Italy?

Barber, Ros. 2014. Did Shakespeare Visit Italy? The London Magazine, ISSN 0024-6085 [Article]

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Featured in this issue: Fiction New short stories, 'Downstream the Water Darkens' by David Frankel and 'A Question of Desire' by Michael Humfrey. Poetry From a range of poets including Suad Ali, Emily Bilman, John F. Deane, Pavol Janik, Yahia Lababidi, and Patricia McCarthy. Essays Peter Abbs, the Emeritus Professor of Creative Writing at Sussex University on William Blake and the Forging of the Self. Suzi Feay, the former Literary Editor of the Independent writes on her experience of re-reading the novels of Leon Garfield after enjoying them as a child. Edward Lucie-Smith's fascinating research into his family ancestry and on being a child of World War I. Holly Luhning, a young Canadian novelist describes what London means to her in the sixth of the 'My London' series. Jeffrey Meyers identifies the man who raped Sylvia Plath. Tony Roberts on Edmund Wilson and Sir Isaiah Berlin. Reviews Belinda Cooke reviews recent poetry collections: Róisín Tierney's The Spanish-Italian Border, Ciaran Berry's The Dead Zoo and Derek Mahon's Echo's Grove: Collected Translations. Geoffrey Heptonstall reviews new poetry collections by John Burnside and Toby Martinez de las Rivas Terry Kelly on Hugo William's career as well as his latest poetry collection: I Knew the Bride Steven Matthews on August Kleinzahler and Frederick Seidel Derwent May on How to Open an Art Gallery Michael Thomas on two books on the Great War by Margaret MacMillan and Pete Ayrton

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English and Comparative Literature


June 2014Published

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25 Aug 2015 12:44

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