Professor Alison Shell will be coming to speak to us about king Lear. Alison Shell is a Professor of Early Modern Studies in the Department of English, University College London, and previously taught at Durham University. She has written extensively on Tudor and Stuart literature, publishing Catholicism, Controversy and the English Imagination, 1558-1660 (1999), Oral Culture and Catholicism in Early Modern England (2007) and Shakespeare and Religion (2010) and a number of articles on Shakespeare, Donne and early modern manuscript culture. She regularly reviews for the Times Literary Supplement.
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