Recent productions like a bloody staging of Titus at The Globe in 2014 are restoring the gore in Shakespeare’s work, and The Complete Deaths will leave audiences with little doubt that Shakespeare’s culture was as permeated with representations of violence as our own—and it was as much, if not more so, plagued by the real thing.
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January 3, 2016 · 7:42 am
Violent Death Past & Present
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Tagged as death, drama, Shakespeare, violence