The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1573 Thursday, 27 June 2002
Date: Wednesday, 26 Jun 2002 11:15:30 -0500
Subject: 13.1554 A. S. Byatt on the New Shakespeare Glossary
Comment: RE: SHK 13.1554 A. S. Byatt on the New Shakespeare Glossary
I toughly enjoyed your insights and you tell them with such enthusiasm.
In your opinion would the OED prove a sufficient and necessary glossary
or is their something else you could recommend? I have found that with
my son (now nine) the modern movie versions of the plays
(Zefferilli/Gibson Hamlet and Luhrman/Decaprio Romeo and Juliet)(sic)
combined with the updated and modernized King of Texas and Lion King
were great combinations that taught the in the first cases the poetry
and in the second the plots.
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