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Review of Week 4

Lisa Peter of The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust looks back at some of the main talking points from week 4.

Here are the links that Lisa mentions:

Natalia Yevseyeva’s comment and painting

Telling Lies

Comparing Hero and Beatrice

Shakespeare in other languages:

David

Genny

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You can always use the To do icon at the top of the page to see what’s coming up or go back to previous weeks and catch up.

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Coming up in Week 5

Next week we’ll look at The Tempest. If you want to get started straight away, go to the To do list for Week 5.

If you haven’t completed every step by the end of the final week, don’t worry! The course will remain open to you after the end date so that you can carry on at your own speed.

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