Tag Archive | Shakespeare

WHITHER MACBETH and MUCH of the REST?

April 20, 2016. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday by Jack Dziamba Shakespeare’s First Folio: “The greatest work in English literature.” WHEREFORE ART THOU, MACBETH? ArtDaily -The “First Folio” was published in 1623 — just seven years after Shakespeare’s death — preserving “Macbeth” and 17 other works that were never published in the Bard’s lifetime […]

What Did Shakespeare Sound Like to Shakespeare?

Shakespeare Mention “Shakespeare” and  the rich pronunciations of https://www.youtube.com/embed/lsrOXAY1arg“> Richard Burton or https://www.youtube.com/embed/5ks-NbCHUns“>Sir Laurence Oliver , in Hamlet echo in our minds. But, what did Shakespeare really sound like? What did Shakespeare’s English Sound Like to Shakespeare? Here, thanks to Josh Jones  at Open Culture, is an explanation: “What did Shakespeare’s English sound like to Shakespeare? To his audience? And how can we know […]

E-BOOKS – WHY DOES BYRON HAVE TO BE AUDIO ?

LordByron-Tessa1, Courtesy Lord Byron Photography New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday 8:30pm ET AHEM … Or, “Why Does Byron Have to be Aural?” For the purposes of this blog on Fine Art and the Book in the New Media, the real question is, “What can an interactive e-book add to Lord Byron’s poetry?” The answer […]

E BOOKS + : CAN THE REAL HAMLET BE YOU?

New Post goes up every Wednesday at 8:30PM EST JUL: “… WHEREFORE ART THOU HAMLET?” ROM: (“Pssst, you’re in the wrong play.”) JUL: “WHAT A PIECE OF WORK IS A MAN!” Those opposed to any attempt to push the electronic form of the novel or the play (e-books +) any further, even in light of […]