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  1. Freedom of Speech or ‘Nothing’: King Lear and Contemporary India (2016 Radio)

    Series
    Essay: Shakespeare 400, The
    Producer
    Beaty Rubens

    Five young scholars re-evaluate the playwrights work. The fourth programme is delivered by Preti Taneja. Fitzpatrick, post-doctoral research fellow in Global Shakespeare at Queen Mary, University of London,...

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  2. Hands off the Classics (1978 Television)

    Series
    Lively Arts, The
    Producer
    Dennis Marks; Alan Yentob

    Anthology arts series. In the 17th century Troilus and Cressida was censored and in the 18th century Tate gave King Lear a happy ending. The programme debates the line between interpretation and vandalism.

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  3. Merchant of Venice, The (1914 Film)

    Director
    Phillips Smalley; Lois Weber

    Fiction film. A version of The Merchant of Venice directed by Phillips Smalley and his wife Lois Weber. Reviewed by Hanford C. Judson in Moving Picture World (February 14) with the heading ‘Full of Dignity...

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  4. Macbeth (1908 Film)

    Director
    William V. Ranous

    Fiction film of Macbeth containing at least 17 sequences with the focus on the first half of the play. Shot largely in the studio, the film was not well received by the trade papers and its censorship by...

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