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Beinecke: The French

Smith, James Harriman (12 oct. 2013)

This post concentrates on one element of the material I was looking through in the Beinecke library. Although not frequent, nor completely central to the current direction of my thesis, I couldn't help but notice the odd reference to the French stage in both the William Smith and David Garrick ...

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Johnson and Shakespeare

Smith, James Harriman (2 déc. 2014)

Just a quick post this time to announce the I've been invited to speak at a conference in Pembroke College, Oxford, marking the 350th anniversary of Samuel Johnson's edition of the plays of Shakespeare. The event will take place in August 2015, so - all being well - I should have finished writing my ...

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The Plan

Smith, James Harriman (26 oct. 2013)

The London Gazette's announcement of Britain's shift to New Style dates in 1752. The organisers of the annual BSECS conference have just confirmed that my paper on editors and actors has been accepted. As well as reporting this good news, I thought I'd take a post to sketch, however roughly, my plan ...

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Orphan Black and General Sensibility

Smith, James Harriman (21 juin 2015)

Have you been watching Orphan Black? I have, and enjoying it immensely as a way to get away from writing up my PhD. Unfortunately, though, the fact that my thesis is all about performance makes it pretty much impossible to ignore my research completely when watching a TV series. Especially this one. ...

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The Mock Doctor

Smith, James Harriman (15 nov. 2013)

Molière as Julius Caesar, painted by Nicholas Mignard in 1658. This afterpiece, again by Fielding, is a translation-adaptation of Molière's Le médecin malgré lui. I don't know the Molière version well enough to give a good comparison, so will just make observations on this text while the memory ...

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A Muse of Fire

Smith, James Harriman (15 juil. 2013)

How international is a national poet? This blog is part of a doctoral investigation into the role played by French thought in the criticism and canonisation of Shakespeare in eighteenth-century Britain. Typically seen as a 'national poet', I believe that Shakespeare, from the outset, was read and ...

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Shakespeare and Outreach

Smith, James Harriman (7 mars 2015)

It's been a while since I did a real post on this blog (January's doesn't count). And I'm afraid it's going to be a little longer yet until I do again. This is because I have begun writing up the thesis, and I'm finding it hard to switch between blog-mode and full-blown PhD chapter-writing mode. ...

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A Short Post on Dennis, Johnson and Montagu

Smith, James Harriman (4 sept. 2013)

This will be a short post. There’s just one part of Dennis’s Impartial Critick (1693) which caught my eye. It is found in the fifth dialogue, as the speakers continue to jusify (contra Rhymer) the absence of a chorus from the modern stage. Broadening the discussion, one interlocutor makes a ...

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Thinking about William Richardson

Smith, James Harriman (19 août 2013)

William Richardson (1743-1814) was a professor at Glasgow University and published five books on Shakespeare, all with similar titles, and, behind the titles, a similar and unusual approach to the bard. Over the last few days, I have read the following: A Philosophical Analysis and Illustration of ...

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Editors and Actors: Steevens

Smith, James Harriman (7 déc. 2013)

George Steevens's edition of twenty plays of Shakespeare, being all those works published during the playwright's lifetime, has a clear, and wonderfully scholarly, aim: disgusted at the variously exaggerated and insufficient efforts at collating Shakespeare's plays so far, Steevens aspires simply to ...

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