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@laraine6

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A focus on the better-known dramatists of Shakespeare's time,
many surprisingly forgotten today, article by @andykesson: Authorship studies: where have we got to, and where are we going? https://beforeshakespeare.com/2018/02/19/authorship-studies-where-have-we-got-to-and-where-are-we-going/ย  via @B4Shakes

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Additionally, you can also go deeper into the script with our Spoilers episodes, looking at the dramaturgy of the play in detail, with a plain text (mostly) uncut version and commentary. With bonus cat based material which didn't make the final cut. https://audioboom.com/playlists/4628938-gammer-gurton-s-needleย 

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There were dozens of green parakeets in the trees yesterday. A sign that bad weather is approaching?๐Ÿฆœ๐ŸŒณ๐Ÿฆœ๐ŸŒณ๐ŸฆœPrayer book, Italian rite (Add MS 26968, f. 279v)Book of Hours, Paris Use (Add MS 29433, f. 192r)http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=19249&CollID=27&NStart=26968ย โ€ฆhttp://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=6773&CollID=27&NStart=29433ย โ€ฆ

There were dozens of green parakeets in the trees yesterday. A sign that bad weather is approaching?
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Prayer book, Italian rite (Add MS 26968, f. 279v)
Book of Hours, Paris Use (Add MS 29433, f. 192r)

http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=19249&CollID=27&NStart=26968ย 
http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=6773&CollID=27&NStart=29433ย 

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This painting embodies so much of the Renaissance to me. Incredible realism, a mountain of symbolism and contemporary references, accurate depiction of a variety of items of the period, reflection of Renaissance values like contemplating mortality. https://twitter.com/41Strange/status/1199569407241908224ย 

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Well, that's more than a bit confusing, but OK. (8 day strike from Nov 24) https://twitter.com/mattmccall25/status/1198998842059964417ย 

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What is Restoration Shakespeare? https://youtu.be/t36LuA2OTNEย  via @YouTube

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Download 576 Free Art Books from The Metropolitan Museum of Art! @openculture https://buff.ly/1PF1BXlย 

Download 576 Free Art Books from The Metropolitan Museum of Art! @openculture https://buff.ly/1PF1BXlย 

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"Mary Wroth, Jane Cavendish, and Elizabeth Brackley: Women's Household Drama: Loves Victorie, A Pastorall, and The concealed Fansyes", Edited by Marta Straznicky and Sara Mueller - contains old-spelling texts and annotations of 3 EM plays: https://www.itergateway.org/womens-household-dramaย 

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I just read that there are teaching editions available of Mary Wroth's play "Love's Victory." Had thought that only one short fragment of that was public. (Intro of Book: "Mary Wroth and Shakespeare")

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A theory about "The Elder Brother" is that John Fletcher died suddenly in 1625, leaving behind a prose draft/version of the play. Then it is thought that Philip Massinger finished and possibly rewrote some of it.

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"The Elder Brother" has been printed entirely in prose in the Second Folio, and I have therefore printed in the Appendix the play in verse, as...in the First Quarto.... I have not concerned myself with passages in the Second Folio...[later]...printed in verse", A.R.Waller, 1906

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Winged drones look and move like real butterflies https://upi.com/4233206tย  via @upi

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Yet I don't understand why Mr. Rat is so disliked. He's hardly worse than the others. The Baily is the only one who succeeds in counseling everyone, however, it seems. #GammerGurton

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Glad to have been reminded of when Hodge has a change of clothes. I hadn't fully grasped the plotting. #GammerGurton

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Roguery in print: crime and culture in early modernย London http://beforeshakespeare.com/2019/11/14/roguery-in-print-crime-and-culture-in-early-modern-london/ย 

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A ticket is available for #readnotdead Munday's 'The Death of Robert Earl of Huntington' tomorrow Nov 17 at the Globe. @HistoryNThings https://twitter.com/CarolineWorswi1/status/1195687003246850048ย 

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I don't know about this. It seems that one person's (or culture's) cheerful might be another person's sarcastic, etc. https://twitter.com/Grammarly/status/1191463305375698944ย 

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So the person who wrote this article calls herself a specialist in Early Medieval England rather than using the term 'Anglo-Saxon.'

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"The scruple (โ„ˆ) is a small unit in the apothecaries' system.... [the] Mass Unit...equal to 1.2959782 grams [of salt]" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scruple_(unit)ย  https://twitter.com/WhosoList2Hunt/status/1191769245824118785ย 

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https://www.shakespearesglobe.com/whats-on/the-death-of-robert-earl-of-huntington/ย  https://twitter.com/CarolineWorswi1/status/1192054325272600577ย 

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At a time when our world is going increasingly and diversely crazy, I have been looking back on another thing that started in 2016: @B4Shakes. This thread points to a number of free, public-facing resources on our website. 1

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