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Rare Internal Tetragrams between ‘Shakespeare’ (Scenes 4-9) and ‘Non-Shakespeare’ Scenes in Arden of Faversham

August 27, 2015

© Darren Freebury-Jones 2015

This data has been collected for the purpose of my thesis, ‘Kyd and Shakespeare: Authorship, Influence, and Collaboration’.

‘SHAKESPEARE’

To let thee know I am no coward I

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

To let thee know all that I haue contriued

‘SHAKESPEARE’

If I, the next time that I meet the hind

If I, the next time that I meet the slave

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

The next time that I take thee neare my house

‘SHAKESPEARE’

But now I am going to see what floode it is

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

Now I am going to London vpon hope

And now I am going to fling them in the Temes

‘SHAKESPEARE’

But braul not when I am gone in any case,

But sirs be sure to speede him, when he comes

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

Nay sirs, touch not his man in any case,

But stand close, and take you fittest standing

‘SHAKESPEARE’

Come M. Francklin let vs go on softly

Come M. Francklin, let vs go to bed

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

Now M. Francklin let vs go walke in Paules

‘SHAKESPEARE’

Pardon me M. Arden I can no more

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

Pardon me M. Arden, Ile away

‘SHAKESPEARE’

What M. Arden, you are well met,

I haue longd this fortnights day to speake with you

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

Mistres Arden you are well met,

I am sorry that your husband is from home

‘SHAKESPEARE’

Come M. Arden let vs be going

‘NON-SHAKESPEARE’

Come let vs be going, and wele bate at Rochester

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Shakespeare and the Future of Theory @RoutledgeLit published today

August 3, 2015

Dr Johann Gregory

Shakespeare and the Future of Theory, eds. François-Xavier Gleyzon and Johann Gregory, convenes internationally renowned Shakespeare scholars, and scholars of the Early Modern period, and presents, discusses, and evaluates the most recent research and information concerning the future of theory in relation to Shakespeare’s corpus. Original in its aim and scope, the book argues for the critical importance of thinking Shakespeare now, and provides extensive reflections and profound insights into the dialogues between Shakespeare and Theory. Contributions explore Shakespeare through the lens of design theory, queer theory, psychoanalysis, Derrida and Foucault, amongst others, and offer an innovative interdisciplinary analysis of Shakespeare’s work. This book was originally published as two special issues of English Studies.

Find out more here:

https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138930773

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