The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.1790 Thursday, 30 September 2004
Date: Wednesday, 29 Sep 2004 20:14:04 +0800
Subject: 15.1779 Judith's Wedding; Shakespeare's Death
Comment: RE: SHK 15.1779 Judith's Wedding; Shakespeare's Death
>.. I will look out for 'Herbal Bed', it sounds
>fascinating. And my picture of Thomas Quiney does correspond with many
>people's, it seems. He's proving to be an interesting, if unsavoury,
>character to write.
>Another question: were stories about the Shogun of Japan's court common
>currency in London at that time, after the revelation of the adventures
>of 'Samurai William' Adams in 1611? Does anyone know if anything was
>written about it at the time?
Not far too look, Sophie: it's in Peter Whelan, _Plays 1_ from Methuen
(June 2004); available from Blackwell's and Amazon, among others. The
original date is, I believe, 1999.
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