The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0999 Tuesday, 9 May 2000.
Date: Tuesday, 9 May 2000 00:03:23 +0100
Subject: Book Announcement: Marlowe
Comment: SHK 11.0988 Book Announcement: Marlowe
Idle question: why would you feel the need to produce a version of 'Jew'
by Marlowe which 'subverted its anti-semitism'?
Isn't that a bit like staging Lear without his dividing of the kingdom
to avoid denigrating the irrationalities of the elderly?
I am just curious about the philosophy behind what sounds suspiciously
like a 'bowdlerisation'?