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Richard Wilson Shakespeare Lecture: Minding the gap in ‘The Winter’s Tale’

April 17, 2012

Professor Richard Wilson (Cardiff University) recently spoke at the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford (Birmingham University). His lecture was entitled:

Monstrous To Our Human Reason:

Minding the gap in ‘The Winter’s Tale’

The podcast of this lecture on Shakespeare and the Gothic can currently be heard and/or downloaded here.

Richard Wilson will be giving the plenary lecture at the International Shakespeare Conference in Stratford this year. His paper is entitled: ‘Like an Olympian Wrestling: Shakespeare’s Olympic game’

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