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On October 1-4, The Actors From the London Stage will perform The Winter's Tale in Austin and Winedale. John Rumrich will provide some of the background and context by presenting the case for Robert Greene.

A leading light of English literature in his own time, the sixteenth-century author Robert Greene is now best remembered for his characterization of the young Shakespeare as an 'upstart crow'. But the connection with the bard is actually much closer: Shakespeare's The Winter's Ta

Fri, September 26, 2008 | Tom Lea Rooms, HRC 3.206

3:00 PM

Co-editor of the Norton critical edition of Seventeenth Century British Poetry (2006) and the Modern Library edition of The Complete Poetry and Essential Prose of John Milton (2007), John Rumrich teaches early modern poetry and drama in the English Department.

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