Shakespeare Solved® versions of these plays solve the mysteries surrounding them by taking us back in time to see the plays as they were performed for the first time in history.


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The University of Oxford's Bodleian Library & The Royal Shakespeare Company


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Other Links


Here is a (not so complete) list of Websites and Blogs that are well worth your time:


Royal Shakespeare Company

World Shakespeare Festival 2012

myShakespeare

Shakespeare's Globe

Rose Theatre

The Theatre -- be sure to watch the video of the digitally re-constructed Theatre as it would have looked in Shoreditch

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Blogging Shakespeare

Shakespeare Institute

Folger Shakespeare Library

British Library - Shakespeare In Quarto -- you can compare the different Quartos (digitally scanned) side by side

Rare Book Room -- here you can see digital scans of the Quartos, Folios and poetry

Life In Elizabethan England





Shakespeare's Original Pronunciation -- fascinating exploration of the way Shakespeare's words would have sounded

Also, here is a short video that summarizes the matter of Original Pronunciation, from Ben and David Crystal




The Shakespeare Standard

The Bardathon

The Hamlet Weblog

The American Shakespeare Center blog

Pursued By A Bear -- be sure to watch the one-woman 20-minute version of Hamlet -- hilarious!

The Shakespeare Minute

Bardfilm

Teach Twenty -- a High School English Teacher's perspective on Shakespeare

Theatresaurus -- teaching classical and modern theater to all ages

Why I Love Shakespeare

Shakespeare Geek

Shakespeare's England

The Bard blog

No Sweat Shakespeare -- helps students of all ages understand Shakespeare -- it has some great resources.

Ultimate Shakespeare Resource Guide -- thanks Carole for the tip! 


William Shakespeare - My Poetic Side -- with a great timeline of his life

 Please contact me if you can suggest anything else new or something I missed.

Cheers,

David