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Date Sujet  Auteur
02.12.
o I haue no skill my Lord.
01.12.
o Do it without *INVENTION*
01.12.
o the jerks of *INVENTION*
30.11.
o this is the mythical king, [TEREUS]
29.11.
o nothing but *PARTRIDGES*
29.11.
o nothing but partridges
26.11.
o *PHAETON* to his Friend Florio
25.11.
o Daedalion: Hawk man
25.11.
o Landscape with the Fall of Icarus
24.11.
o Tempteth my be{T}ter {A}nge{L}l fr{O}m my {S}ide,
24.11.
o a series of engravings of the funeral procession.
24.11.
o O For a Muse of Fire
24.11.
o 172 pairs = Sonnet 125 + Sonnet 47
24.11.
o will you play vpon this pipe?
23.11.
* "No one would dream of ascribing to Shakespeare every sentence expressed by any
24.11.
`- Re: "No one would dream of ascribing to Shakespeare every sentence expressed by any
23.11.
o So {LABEO} did complain
23.11.
o Contagious
23.11.
o Whose [S]c[U]l[L] w[A]s [T]his?
23.11.
o TALUS
22.11.
o TALOS
21.11.
o Hans Walter Gabler
20.11.
o {T}his (P)e{A}ce [T|O) [A]{L}[L] o[U|R) [S]{U}bie(C)t{S}.
19.11.
o writing in lemon juice
19.11.
o Donald Cameron wrote: <<I find interesting...>>
19.11.
o "I find interesting the following bit from latest by Art."
19.11.
* sense, non-sense, sense
19.11.
+* Re: sense, non-sense, sense
19.11.
|`* Re: sense, non-sense, sense
20.11.
| `* Re: sense, non-sense, sense
22.11.
|  `- Re: sense, non-sense, sense
19.11.
`- Re: sense, non-sense, sense
18.11.
o JONSON'S
18.11.
o as an honour to Shakespeare
18.11.
o the <P>ure light of (POET)<I>cal intelligenc<E>
18.11.
o NAILING it to his CROSS
18.11.
o AN IMPOST
17.11.
* Macbeth starring Denzel Washington
18.11.
`- Re: Macbeth starring Denzel Washington
14.11.
o Art thou learned?
14.11.
o SIMON PETER
13.11.
o EDIDERUNT
13.11.
o two lighted *CANDLES*
13.11.
* Re: Hamlet text vs. the movie (mel gibson)
14.11.
`- Re: Hamlet text vs. the movie (mel gibson)
12.11.
o Damne her, (LEWD MIN)x!
11.11.
o would he had BLOTTED a thousand.
10.11.
o the STREAM of the good soul is UNIMPEDED
10.11.
o the attribute of *EVER FLOWING*
10.11.
o the attribute of *EVER FLOWING*
10.11.
o DiscoVERiEs
10.11.
o as They Have *FLOWED* Out of His Daily Reading
09.11.
o he NEVER BLOTTED OUT line
09.11.
o a space two foot square
09.11.
o tell hi[M] my n[A]me I[S] Bro[O]ke, o[N]lie for a *IEST*
08.11.
o {HEBE} would move among them, bearing the *EWER* of divine draught
08.11.
* Would W.S. say that there is a tyrant among us?
10.11.
`- Re: Would W.S. say that there is a tyrant among us?
08.11.
o The great Apollo suddenly will haue the *TRUTH*
08.11.
o Twentie three dayes
07.11.
o Delphos
04.11.
o A{DELIA}, Be{DELIA}, Cor{DELIA} or O{DELIA}
02.11.
o The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee
02.11.
o Prob. {E.STEWART} in V&A ~ 1 in 3,950
02.11.
o {ESME STe}wart
01.11.
o you are not *IPSE*
31.10.
* HLAS FAQ
02.11.
`* Re: HLAS FAQ
30.11.
 `- Re: HLAS FAQ
31.10.
o STRANGE NEWES
31.10.
o Idols of the Theatre
30.10.
o honour [A]b[L]e [I]n[C]r[E]a[S]e of acquaintance *IN THE CELLAR*
30.10.
o his Monas Hieroglyphica of 1564
30.10.
o MASTER MASONS
30.10.
o *IPSE* DIXIT
29.10.
o Allhallond-Eue.
29.10.
o Headpiece
29.10.
o Was't not at Hallowmas Master Froth?
28.10.
o a "dingy apartment in the Minories."
28.10.
o Unpacking Merry Wives of Windsor
28.10.
o Samuel Sheppard
28.10.
o to [C]ARRY MEE IN THE NAME OF* foule Cloathes
28.10.
o three roses of the field
27.10.
o they cause two litle round staues to be made
27.10.
o As if an o{T}he{R} c[H|A}s[E] {W}e[R|E} i[N] {T}h[E] {S}ki{E}s.
27.10.
o tell him my name is Broome: onely for a iest.
27.10.
o *SACKVILLE* gave Mary the *SACK*
26.10.
o As if an o{T}he{R} ch{A}se {W}er{E} in {T}he {S}ki{E}s.
26.10.
o I will rather sue to be despis'd
26.10.
o Pulchri Naïadum chori.
26.10.
* 20 words we owe to Shakespeare
27.10.
+* Re: 20 words we owe to Shakespeare
28.10.
|`* Re: 20 words we owe to Shakespeare
31.10.
| `- Re: 20 words we owe to Shakespeare
27.10.
`- Re: 20 words we owe to Shakespeare
26.10.
o "the hind legs of a lion or ox, and its tail like a lion"
23.10.
o The trusty Thisby
23.10.
o “Ah, I see how it is”
23.10.
o 'if thou hast NO NAME to be knowne by"
23.10.
o looking down into the Vale of the Red [HORSE]
22.10.
o gave [M]e[A]n[S] t[O] k[N]ow
22.10.
o FUSTIVUS for the best of us
22.10.
o "make do with *FUSTIAN*"
22.10.
o a little thick quarto
22.10.
o “Mighty well!”
22.10.
o A COLLOQUY IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
21.10.
o And goe to *DIDO*
21.10.
o *bury the NOBLE plant* that upholds them.
20.10.
o O, widow *DIDO*!
19.10.
o into a blackberry bush
18.10.
o the son of Peregrine Bertie
18.10.
o A COLLOQUY IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
18.10.
o 1593-4
18.10.
o *And sticke these spangled feathers in thy hat*
18.10.
o E.DARBIE
18.10.
o William Stanley & DIDO
17.10.
o *pro-FANE*
17.10.
o *MY NAM[E]* be buried where my body is,
17.10.
* 16th century slang
19.10.
`- Re: 16th century slang
16.10.
o First they learn A, then O, then M, and finally I.
14.10.
* "15 Movies You Might Not Know Were Based On Shakespeare Plays" (recent article)
21.10.
`- Re: "15 Movies You Might Not Know Were Based On Shakespeare Plays" (recent article)
14.10.
o The Portraicture
13.10.
o 'For a good poet's made, as well as born'
12.10.
o the *CLOAK of darkness*
12.10.
o As if there were some Monster
08.10.
o Lord Sebastian Flyte
08.10.
o “Oh, Charles, what a lot you have to learn!”
07.10.
o I don’t know where I should be without the Botanic al Gardens.
06.10.
o “To see the ivy.”
06.10.
o Lord Sebastian Flyte takes Charles Ryder "to see the ivy"
06.10.
o A Poem by Grand Master [H]enry [DANVERS]?
05.10.
o GRAND MASTERS
05.10.
o An Active Swain
05.10.
o Stratfordian power begets more power.
04.10.
o Thorn
02.10.
o _The Altar_ By George Herbert
02.10.
o The Altar By George Herbert
02.10.
o The Altar By George Herbert
02.10.
o The Ecstasy of St. Cecilia
30.09.
* FAQ of HLAS
30.09.
`* Re: FAQ of HLAS
01.10.
 `* Re: FAQ of HLAS
05.10.
  `- Re: FAQ of HLAS
30.09.
o *Brasenose* College
29.09.
o *MEUM*
28.09.
o {SENET}
28.09.
o Viol-da-Gamba
27.09.
o Viol da Gama
27.09.
o The PERIPLOUS
27.09.
o The Ecstasy of St. Cecilia
27.09.
o know ye not that?
27.09.
* Hugging trees to survive
27.09.
`* Re: Hugging trees to survive
27.09.
 `- Re: Hugging trees to survive
26.09.
o Clown: What is he that builds {S}tronger
26.09.
o *WOODDEN O* = *WODEN/ODIN*
26.09.
o Susanna and the Elders
26.09.
o *The naked truth*
24.09.
o The *NOBLE MAN* would hau{E} dealt with he{R}
24.09.
o CICERO
23.09.
o That h{E}r wide Walkes incompast but ONE MAN?
23.09.
o Now in the *NA{M}ES* of all the Gods at once,
23.09.
o Now in the *NA{M}ES of all the Gods
22.09.
o {ALTAR?} world's a *STAGE*
21.09.
o VILE VE
21.09.
o Or may we cramme Within this *Woodden O*.
21.09.
o Within this *Woodden O*
20.09.
o To our English Terenc[E]
20.09.
o most vnknowne friend; No-body
18.09.
o HERE COMES the sneaking PUPPY
18.09.
o Publius [TEREN]{TIUS} Afer
17.09.
o *WITH MY HEAD RESTING ON MY HAND*
17.09.
o τραγῳδία
16.09.
o I WILL UNCLASPE a (SEC)RET B[O]O{K}E
16.09.
o *I WILL UNCLASPE a (SEC)RET B[O]O{K}E*
15.09.
o WITH MY HEAD RESTING ON MY HAND
15.09.
o Everything we see hides another thing
11.09.
o the point of fanta[s]tical fooles to preserve and continue in their errors
09.09.
o Thomas Fincke
09.09.
o STOW Monument
09.09.
o from Brute until the present yeare
06.09.
o Read hindi stories per day season 1 https://dayrikekisse.blogspot.com
03.09.
o Bar(E) r(N)'w(D) q(U)i(E)r(S)
03.09.
o The[S]e tw[O] lit[L]e st[A]ves [T]hey cal{L} Scytales.
03.09.
o All the water in {WYE}
03.09.
* Bardcast
03.09.
`- Re: Bardcast
03.09.
* hydrocortisone survives
03.09.
`- Re: hydrocortisone survives
02.09.
o {FOR DIVER(s)} *FREE-MASONS* and others.
02.09.
* Foolhardy
22.09.
`- Re: Foolhardy
02.09.
o feare, and rashnesse
01.09.
o among "our best for tragedy"
01.09.
o Famous Kyd
31.08.
* HLAS FAQ
03.09.
`- Re: HLAS FAQ
31.08.
o the (P)ure light of poet(I)cal intelligenc(E)
31.08.
o The Art of [DIAL]ling
31.08.
o "Inficeto est inficetior rure."
30.08.
o Or sporting {KID}, or Marlowes mighty line.
30.08.
o A Tale of a *TUB*
30.08.
* Liar
18.09.
`- Re: Liar
30.08.
o Pan, you are th[E] Th[I]rd-[B]ur[R]ow, [A]nd [D]'og[E]nes Scriben
30.08.
o you are th[E] Th[I]rd-[B]ur[R]ow, [A]nd [D]'og[E]nes Scriben
28.08.
* Andrew Lang
29.08.
`- Re: Andrew Lang
28.08.
o METAMORPHOsis
27.08.
* Re: Was Claudius' love for Gertrude genuine?
13.10.
`* Re: Was Claudius' love for Gertrude genuine?
13.10.
 `* Re: Was Claudius' love for Gertrude genuine?
22.10.
  `- Re: Was Claudius' love for Gertrude genuine?
26.08.
* Cheat
16.09.
`- Re: Cheat
26.08.
o I Cannot show in *STRANGE* proportion,
23.08.
o Certaine Satyres
23.08.
o MA(r)S(t)ON's METAMORPHO∣sis of Pigmalions Image
23.08.
o 
23.08.
o John MA(r)S(t)ON
23.08.
o THE METAMORPHOsis of Pigmalions Image. (1598)
22.08.
o For wee *WILL SHAKE* shake him,
22.08.
o know ye not that?
22.08.
o Why I will see thee at Philippi then.
22.08.
o The {CULT} of {T.LUCY}
22.08.
o Why I will see thee at Philippi then?
22.08.
o The {CULT} of {T.LUCY}
21.08.
* T.LUCY
22.08.
`- Re: T.LUCY
21.08.
o *RABBITS* & three *LUCES*
21.08.
o In one version Shakespeare is found poaching *RABBITS*
20.08.
o LUCES
20.08.
o "Stratfordians" produce evidence!
17.08.
o *WRIOTHESLEY, E. SOUTHAMPTON* (twice)
16.08.
* Sonnet 17 : *WRIOTHESLEY, E. SOUTHAMPTON* anagram
16.08.
+- Re: Sonnet 17 : *WRIOTHESLEY, E. SOUTHAMPTON* anagram
16.08.
`- Re: Sonnet 17 : *WRIOTHESLEY, E. SOUTHAMPTON* anagram
16.08.
* webinar
22.10.
`- Re: webinar
14.08.
* the quaternary hidden within the ternary
20.08.
`- Re: the quaternary hidden within the ternary
14.08.
o the Pleasant Manner
12.08.
o *SIRRAH*, that knew [Trump] for a fool, a coward,
10.08.
* The Hare Psychopathology Checklist
14.08.
`* Re: The Hare Psychopathology Checklist
14.08.
 `* Re: The Hare Psychopathology Checklist
14.08.
  `* Re: The Hare Psychopathology Checklist
15.08.
   `* Re: The Hare Psychopathology Checklist
18.08.
    `- Re: The Hare Psychopathology Checklist
05.08.
o L'Envoy to Narcissus
02.08.
o Monas Hieroglyphica of 1564
02.08.
o A little neerer Spenser
02.08.
o Reconciled to Dr. Dee
02.08.
o For Blacke and Taunie will I w{E}are,
02.08.
o The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee, by John Dee
01.08.
o STANDLEY
01.08.
o Make but *MY N[A]ME* [T]hy [L]ou[E], an[D] loue that still,
01.08.
* HLAS FAQ
01.08.
`* Re: HLAS FAQ
29.10.
 +* Re: HLAS FAQ
30.10.
 |`- Re: HLAS FAQ
29.10.
 `- Re: HLAS FAQ
31.07.
o (FOR)[DELTA]{WS}
31.07.
o "(FOR) who marketh better than he the 7 turning flames of the sky"
29.07.
o "(FOR) who marketh better than he the 7 turning flames of the sky"
29.07.
o Receiuing naughts by [ELEMENTS] so sloe
29.07.
o Children’s arms hacked off in front of their tied up parents – Africa’s g
29.07.
o Dum loquor, {HORA} fugit.
29.07.
o Receiuing naughts by [ELEMENTS] so sloe,
28.07.
o (SIEH) ALL, YT HE HATH WRITT,
28.07.
o And in fresh *NUMBERS NUMBER* all your graces
28.07.
o The age to come would say this Poet lies,
27.07.
o The barren tender of a Poets (DEBT):
27.07.
o Sonnet 17
27.07.
* Madman
06.08.
+- Re: Madman
05.08.
`- Madman
27.07.
o Cairo
26.07.
o But custome [T]hat the Apoplexie is Of beddred nature
26.07.
o Virginia Padoana
26.07.
o Re: Memorial to Thomas Neville, Canterbury Cathedral
25.07.
o the Muses darling for thy verse
23.07.
o *LYSANDER* riddles VERy prettily
23.07.
* Stratman who?
26.09.
`- Re: Stratman who?
22.07.
o Ulysses
22.07.
o ALTAR-ego
22.07.
o JONSON'S
21.07.
o green decoration[S] of bay and holly
21.07.
* test bank for Living Theatre A History of Theatre 7e Edwin Wilson Alvin Goldfar
25.11.
`- Re: test bank for Living Theatre A History of Theatre 7e Edwin Wilson Alvin Goldfarb
21.07.
o solutions manual, test bank for Foundations and Adult Health Nursing, 7e Kim Coo
21.07.
o Even the poorest cottage
19.07.
o Even the poorest cotta
19.07.
o THE STAGE-COACH
19.07.
* Pestilence
29.07.
`- Pestilence
19.07.
o Drunken BEDFOR[D]
19.07.
o the first Greek to whom the cities erected *ALTARS*
19.07.
o a pale fellow with a retreating forehead a[ND] chin
18.07.
o On chaliced fl[O]wers that lies.
18.07.
o a mu[S]ter of peacocks
18.07.
o the SNAILE
18.07.
o LITTLE BRITAIN
18.07.
o The Sketchbook
16.07.
o *WHAT NAME*
16.07.
o Dusty Bottoms
16.07.
o my *BONES with DUST shall coVER*
16.07.
o Together, have one *DUST*, yet r[EVERE]nce
16.07.
o As chimney-sweepers, come to *DUST*
16.07.
o All follow this, and come to *DUST*.
16.07.
o Make *DUST* our paper and with rainy eyes
16.07.
o As chimney-sweepers, come to *DUST*
16.07.
o DRAKE
16.07.
o The way to *DUSTY* death.
16.07.
o We are but *DUST* and *SHADOW*.
13.07.
o In the Churchyard at Tarrytown
13.07.
o THE SKETCH BOOK OF GEOFFREY CRAYON, GENT.
08.07.
* GHOST Murder most foul
18.07.
`* GHOST Murder most foul
22.07.
 `* GHOST Murder most foul
02.08.
  `* GHOST Murder most foul
20.08.
   `- GHOST Murder most foul
08.07.
o "rogue" or "rascal"
08.07.
o Edouardus [VERUS]
08.07.
o and his passion[S], he is q[U]yetly [R]esolv[E|D} to ha[V|E} pati[E|N}ce
07.07.
o Apperit, & moesto foelices reddit ocellos
06.07.
o a plainness of language or realism
06.07.
o tied together in the bonds of faith
04.07.
o twenty six
03.07.
o All: (LIGHTS), (LIGHTS), (LIGHTS)!
03.07.
o Gabler
02.07.
o And like the baseless [FNB]rick of a Vis[I]o[N]
30.06.
* Visit the HLAS FAQ
04.07.
`- Visit the HLAS FAQ
30.06.
o All to you. (LIGHTS), more (LIGHTS)!
29.06.
o Druid's cubit
29.06.
o So is my loue still te(L)l(I)n(G) w(H)a(T) i(S) told,
28.06.
o A life of William Shakespeare
27.06.
o I.SWIFT
26.06.
o Rolfe
26.06.
o Saturday; Or, The Flights
25.06.
o to b[R]eak in upon you thus unseasonably
25.06.
o “I am sorry,” said the {STRANGER},
25.06.
* Politic...
03.07.
`* Politic...
16.07.
 `- Politic...
24.06.
o The Raigne of King Edward the Third
23.06.
* Contagious
23.06.
`* Re: Contagious
29.06.
 `* Re: Contagious
16.07.
  `* Re: Contagious
26.07.
   `* Re: Contagious
21.08.
    `- Re: Contagious
23.06.
o Dames de la Fraternite de St George
21.06.
* Edward III
02.07.
+* Re: Edward III
04.07.
|`- Re: Edward III
23.06.
`* Re: Edward III
23.06.
 `* Re: Edward III
27.06.
  `* Re: Edward III
27.06.
   `* Re: Edward III
02.07.
    `- Re: Edward III
20.06.
* Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
07.07.
`- Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
18.06.
o Re: <neo...@gmail.com> wrote:
17.06.
o The [SUS]AN Constant: May 26
13.06.
* 75 days of meditation, during pandemic
27.06.
`* 75 days of meditation, during pandemic
16.07.
 `* 75 days of meditation, during pandemic
19.07.
  `* 75 days of meditation, during pandemic
22.08.
   `* Re: 75 days of meditation, during pandemic
31.08.
    `* Re: 75 days of meditation, during pandemic
06.10.
     `- Re: 75 days of meditation, during pandemic
12.06.
o <neo...@gmail.com> wrote:
11.06.
o undecentum
11.06.
o Virtually nothing is known of the author
11.06.
o A DICTIONARY OF ACTORS
11.06.
o What yesterday was Green, now's sear and dry.
11.06.
o Braithwaite's “Remains after Death,” 8vo. 1618
10.06.
o Folk Grevill
10.06.
o THOMAS GREENE
10.06.
o WHAT is [TRUTH]?
10.06.
o Bubble: GREENE! GREENE's an ass.
09.06.
o pícaro: "rogue" or "rascal"
09.06.
o for "rogue" or "rascal"
05.06.
o 1603 "Bad Quarto"
05.06.
o 153 = 100 + 28 + 25
03.06.
o 100 + 28 + 25
03.06.
o *SEALD & DOONE*
03.06.
o codes, ciphers, riddles & cryptograms
02.06.
o late *ECLIPSES*
02.06.
o ffor The Building of the ffortune
31.05.
* HLAS FAQ ~ always open
01.06.
`- Re: HLAS FAQ ~ always open
31.05.
o Lady Suffolk
29.05.
o Suckling Pigge
24.05.
o Shakespeare authorship attribution site
24.05.
* Apes
30.05.
`* Re: Apes
30.05.
 +- Re: Apes
30.05.
 `- Re: Apes
24.05.
o To the great Variety of Readers.
23.05.
o a gallery 113 feet long
23.05.
o *a gallery 113 feet long*
21.05.
o The cave rebellow'd, and the temple shook.
21.05.
o 355/113
21.05.
o al-Falaq
21.05.
o INVIA VIRTUTI NULL ES VIA
20.05.
o An Epitaph on S. P.Salathiel Pavy
20.05.
o And *IN A CHAINE*, compact of eares and eies
19.05.
o Bo(ö)tes
19.05.
o A SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA
19.05.
o Alexander Waugh on the Sonnets Dedication
15.05.
o Golden Dawn
13.05.
* Re: Hamlet: "bounded in a nutshell" & "a king of infinite space"
14.05.
`- Re: Hamlet: "bounded in a nutshell" & "a king of infinite space"
13.05.
o The Book of Heroic Failures
13.05.
o Book of Heroic Failures
12.05.
o To keepe a <PIE> from scorching in the Oven:
12.05.
o The Book of Heroic Failures
12.05.
o Betsy Baker
12.05.
o Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories
12.05.
o Palamedes
11.05.
o for diuers artificers, *FREE-MASONS* and others.
11.05.
o sporting {KID}
11.05.
o M.{KID}
11.05.
o Shakespeare's intelligence?
10.05.
o Padua University
10.05.
o Discovering the Devils Incarnat
05.05.
o Canst tell how an *OYSTER* makes his shell.
05.05.
o the SNAILE that crept out of her shel
04.05.
o THE AUTHOR’S ACCOUNT OF HIMSELF
04.05.
o fireside fanci[E]s: "An[D] the[Y] hav[E] so f[R]aid
04.05.
o neithe{R MAN, NOR MUSE}
03.05.
* One of the most well-educated and remarkably literate people
04.05.
+- One of the most well-educated and remarkably literate people
04.05.
`* One of the most well-educated and remarkably literate people
09.05.
 +- Re: One of the most well-educated and remarkably literate people
05.05.
 `- Re: One of the most well-educated and remarkably literate people
03.05.
o a (R)abble rout of co(U)ntry clowns.
03.05.
o followed by a rabble rout of country clowns.
02.05.
o *I WILL UNCLASPE a SECRET BOOKE*
02.05.
o the STRANGE(r) was before the gate
01.05.
o re{J}oice {W}ith h{I}m, cou{L}d not {T}hink {O}f aba{N}doning
30.04.
* Virtually Visit the HLAS FAQ
01.05.
`- Re: Virtually Visit the HLAS FAQ
30.04.
o Re: A cat, a rat, and Lovell the dog
26.04.
o Lewd did I live, & evil I did dwel
25.04.
o the best and mightiest ones
25.04.
o William [FAUNT] and John Wotton
24.04.
o Sonnet 102
22.04.
o J.B.
22.04.
o Faustus: Ah, *PYTHOGORAS’* metempsychosis!
22.04.
o The Academics of Argamasilla
22.04.
o Sonnets: 9. 18. 122.
22.04.
o moolbery
22.04.
o Hoc Scripserunt
22.04.
o letters to our deare brother of *ENGLAND*
22.04.
o Satire is sometimes a prominent element.
21.04.
o In good faith they ar(E VER)y curiousl{Y} [WROUGHT].
21.04.
o Exit Hamlet with the dead body.
21.04.
o On {HENRY} [WR(i)O(ugh)T]esley's *16*th birthday
21.04.
o *COR UNA* virus
21.04.
o and cries, [A RAT, A RA]T
21.04.
o "...For Foucault, the fictional character of King Lear reveals much about the ro
21.04.
o *CO[R]AMBIS* [A]nd the [T]wo Amb[A]ssado[R]s, with [A]ttendants
21.04.
o The good olde man he killes : *COR UNA* virus
21.04.
o "The Globe Theatre is streaming Shakespeare’s grea test plays for free this mo
21.04.
o Henry VIII authorship
21.04.
o Re: The Henry VI trilogy and Marlowe: A Question
20.04.
o Exit Hamlet with the dead body.
20.04.
o Edwin Abbott
20.04.
o 54 40 or fight
19.04.
o heare the musicke of my hounds
19.04.
o DECEMBER 19, 1571: Edward de VERE married {ANNE Ce}cil
19.04.
* Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
05.06.
`* Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
16.08.
 `* Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
08.10.
  `* Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
23.10.
   `- Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
18.04.
o "Macbeth" in "Lost Horizon" (1933,Hilton)
18.04.
o 1740
16.04.
o Aetas prima canat Generes postrema tumultus
16.04.
o O why dooth Delia credite so her glasse
15.04.
o Hawthorne's Last Heroine: Delia Bacon
15.04.
o Delia Bacon: Hawthorne's Last Heroine
14.04.
o Hawthorne's Last Heroine
14.04.
o Edwin [A]bbott [A]bbott
12.04.
o University Wits
11.04.
o William [FAUNT]
10.04.
o Nick [FAUNT]
10.04.
o Nicholas [FAUNT]
10.04.
o Nick Faunt
10.04.
o Nicholas FAUNT
10.04.
o Standly
09.04.
o Uncle Milty
09.04.
o Uncle Miltee
09.04.
o Uncle Milty
08.04.
o O : neat
08.04.
o De humani corporis *FABRICA*
08.04.
o Re: Who is Alan Tarica?
08.04.
o "MACHIAVELS"
07.04.
o In good faith they are very curiousl{Y} wrought.
06.04.
o the ancient Hermitage of GUY
06.04.
o April 6, 1605
03.04.
o after such a VERY strong <HINT>
03.04.
o to <HINT> to whoEVER shall read it
03.04.
o What was his reason?
03.04.
o nothing l{I}ues but [CROSS]es, [C]are and greefe
02.04.
o Rode he on barbary?
02.04.
o My spirites growe dull
02.04.
o poyson [I]n iest
31.03.
* HLAS FAQ —no fooling
01.04.
+- Re: HLAS FAQ —no fooling
01.04.
`- Re: HLAS FAQ —no fooling
31.03.
o Peacham's list
31.03.
o Kimbolton Grammar School
31.03.
o The Compleat Gentleman
31.03.
* SPETAKEL
31.03.
`* Re: SPETAKEL
31.03.
 `- Re: SPETAKEL
29.03.
o Some, *deep Freemasons*, join the silent race,
29.03.
o FALSTAFF: Wheres he?
28.03.
o Who but must laugh
27.03.
o Epistle to Dr Arbuthnot [1734]
27.03.
* Shakespeare's Clocks
28.03.
`- Re: Shakespeare's Clocks
27.03.
o The critic John {DENNIS}
27.03.
o Secur{E} [Fr]o[M] Fl[A]me[S], fr[O]m E[N]vy'[S] fi{E}rce(r) rage,
27.03.
o The Rape of the Lock and Other Poems
26.03.
o Secur{E} [Fr]o[M] Fl[A]me[S], fr[O]m E[N]vy'[S]
26.03.
o An Essay on Criticism
26.03.
o the baseless [FNB]rick
26.03.
o “(Shakespeare) was naturally learned; he needed no t the spectacles of books t
26.03.
o "During the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras, a play’ s message had to please the
25.03.
o Awaked *AN EVIL* nature
25.03.
o Th[e] night ha's been v[N]ruly:
23.03.
o Antony: No more light Answeres:
23.03.
o No more light Answeres
23.03.
o ISNHAINC
23.03.
o Bee warned, yow *stage STrUTTERS all*
23.03.
o sweete, solemne, and of high conceit
23.03.
o "In Shakespeare's tragedies we always sense an uneasy concern with...the ubiquit
22.03.
o I commend you well: Francis *FE[E]BLE*
22.03.
o we owe God a death
21.03.
o In churches, sans churchwardens checkes,
21.03.
o Oh {S}or{R}ow, pittifull sorrow
21.03.
o A wonder *STRANGE and TRUE*
20.03.
o sweete, solemne, and of high conceit
20.03.
o now Naples holds me
20.03.
o his "dishonest practices"
20.03.
o "His plays began with the exhilarating new sense of the ideal potentialities of
19.03.
o the pittiful burneing of the Globe
19.03.
o A 'most sad' wind storm immediately followed
19.03.
o Saint *PETER IN CHAINS*
19.03.
o *Sealed and deliu(r)ed* by the saide Peter Streete
19.03.
o *SIMON FORMAN* = [SIMON PeT]er
19.03.
o PETER Street
19.03.
o Thus *LEANING ON MINE ELBOW* I begin,
19.03.
o A Farewell to armes
18.03.
o The solemne Tem[P]l[E]s, [T]h[E] g[R]eat Globe it selfe,
18.03.
o The picaresque novel
18.03.
o "Shakespeare Wrote His Best Works During a Plague" (recent article)
18.03.
o "Shakespeare wrote his plays during a plague" (recent article)
17.03.
o The drops{I}e dro{W}ne th{I}s foo{L}e, wha{T} doe y{O}u (mea{N}e
17.03.
o L{O} y[O]nder Cloddipole
16.03.
o “The {TWO} Most Noble [HENRI/ES]”
15.03.
o "Shakespeare reveals human nature brilliantly: he shines a light on our instinct
15.03.
o What?! Me Worry?
15.03.
o On a strictly mathematical level,
15.03.
o were he not fal'n *INTO HIS TOMB[E]*
14.03.
o "The Shakespeare musical is a distinctly American genre..."
13.03.
o "Shakespeare in a Divided America" (new book)
13.03.
o Dry'de is that veine
12.03.
* a probability of ~ 1 in 10,000 : [VICOU/NT]
13.03.
+- Re: a probability of ~ 1 in 10,000 : [VICOU/NT]
13.03.
`- Re: a probability of ~ 1 in 10,000 : [VICOU/NT]
11.03.
o Head Over Heels
11.03.
o President Emmanuel Macron now taunts the whole planet
09.03.
o Tell me, Moore.
08.03.
o The bard and the culture wars
07.03.
* Prob. ~ 1 in 72,300
10.03.
+- Re: Prob. ~ 1 in 72,300
09.03.
`* Re: Prob. ~ 1 in 72,300
09.03.
 `* Re: Prob. ~ 1 in 72,300
10.03.
  `- Re: Prob. ~ 1 in 72,300
04.03.
o you may laugh if you will
02.03.
o like [ARION] on the dolphin's back
02.03.
o arion
01.03.
* The HLAS FAQ
01.03.
`- Re: The HLAS FAQ
29.02.
o JOH. LOWIN. & [SENECA] the {Y}ounger
28.02.
o Free Call for Paper/ Research Article Publication Dear Professor, / Research Sc
27.02.
o t{H}e v{E}ry {W}or{S}t of fortunes
27.02.
o Grand Patron by Prerogative
27.02.
o all seeing left eye
27.02.
o ees[ST(e)NLEY]eee : Prob. ~ 1 in 2,300,000 : John Dee BFF
24.02.
o Pitt[I]full thriuors in their gazing spent.
21.02.
o "BOATE-SWaine"
20.02.
o DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
20.02.
o THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
20.02.
o This man, with lyme and rough-cast
20.02.
o “The {TWO} Most Noble [HENRI/ES]”
20.02.
o "TO {WRIOTHESL(ie)}"
20.02.
* Survival of U.S. politics
20.02.
`- Re: Survival of U.S. politics
20.02.
o I love antiquity, if it be not harsh.
20.02.
o know Reader I. R. C. and I. Chrystoph. Q. are alive
20.02.
o as men doe for dew in the moneth of May
20.02.
o Albanopolis
20.02.
o Or till I heare a Sce[NE MO]re nobly take,
20.02.
o till I heare a Sce[NE MO]re nobly take
20.02.
o It is heere Hamlet, thou art slaine,
20.02.
o Mazursky's TEMPEST
19.02.
o *YOUR NAME* from HE[N]c[E] i[M]m[O]rtall {L}ife shall haue,
19.02.
o in laying of a brick
19.02.
o *YOUR NAME* from HE[N]c[E] i[M]m[O]rtall {L}ife shall haue,
18.02.
o whose muse was armed with a gagtooth
18.02.
o The vntrussing of the Humorous Poet
16.02.
o I load BTC wallets. NO UPFRONT FEE!
16.02.
o *ALL* [HEWS] in his controwling
16.02.
o Why, it was a trick *WORTHY* of Pyrrhandrus!
16.02.
o “The {TWO} Most Noble [HENRI/ES]”
16.02.
o t[H]en {PO[E]TS} Ki[N]g If T[R]aged[IES] migh{T} any P{R}olog{U}e hav{E}
14.02.
o "The Elephant on the Moon"
14.02.
o MONDAY, OR, THE SQUABBLE
14.02.
o THE SQUABBLE
13.02.
o Life is a [JEST]; and all things show it,
13.02.
o I some-time hold my tongue
13.02.
o a jewel in a white setting
13.02.
o Henry Lee : Rosicrucian
13.02.
o Only Sonnet's *PUBLISH*
13.02.
o Elegie most sweete, solemne, and of high conceit
13.02.
o For all the world,
12.02.
o once treated like a shrine
12.02.
o What is 'LAPIS,' William?
11.02.
o one often adopted by the "tombe-makers"
10.02.
o Art thou learned?
10.02.
o *CATULLUS*? Shakespheare, and [BARLOWS] fragment
09.02.
o *CATULLUS*? Shakespheare, and [BARLOWes] fragment
09.02.
o “obscura diligentia”
09.02.
o Alaska Bard-a-thon
08.02.
o Publius [TEREN]{TIUS} Afer & Cornelius {NEPOS}
08.02.
o Cornelius {NEPOS} & Publius [TEREN]{TIUS} Afer
08.02.
o Publius [TEREN]{TIUS} Afer
06.02.
o The numbers alter'd: No man mu[S]t know
04.02.
o My s[O]lemne teares at thy great Funera[L]l
04.02.
o Benson & HEDGES
04.02.
o ROSIE LIPS
04.02.
o Benson & hedges
04.02.
o Benson & Cotes's
03.02.
o Much adoe about Nothing
03.02.
o "Receiving homage in works ranging from Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov to C
31.01.
* HLAS FAQ
01.02.
`- Re: HLAS FAQ
31.01.
o As it hath been sundrie times publikely acted
31.01.
o Call for the musique in the other roome.
31.01.
o in deepe experiments
31.01.
o Much adoe about Nothing (1600 Quarto)
31.01.
o t'was the *EARLE OF OXFORD*
28.01.
o secret ancient wisdom
27.01.
o A God in loue,to whom I am confin'd.
27.01.
o "Colonialism and cultural hybridity: a postcolonial reading of The Tempest"
24.01.
o Most true it is, that I haue lookt on truth
21.01.
o 
21.01.
o the Earl of Warwick’s Men
20.01.
o i{N} all line of {O}rder: And th{E}refore is t{H}e glorious {P}lanet Sol
20.01.
o Most wisely hath Vlysses he[E]re disco[Ver'd] The F[E]auer, whe[R]eof all o[U]r
20.01.
o i{N} all line of {O}rder: And th{E}refore is t{H}e glorious {P}lanet Sol
20.01.
o Vlysses he[E]re disco[V]er'd The F[E]auer, whe[R]eof all o[U]r power i[S] sicke
20.01.
o Charges Laid Against the Government of Canada and the Government of the United S
20.01.
o His secretary [A.DRIFT] is buried near him.
19.01.
o K.MARLO/WE
18.01.
o Westminster *Altar* through Chaucer through Shakespeare
16.01.
o The First Booke. Of {POETS} and Poesie
16.01.
o Darkness again the Age invade{S} Nex{T} (lik{E} Aur{O}ra) S{P}encer rose,
16.01.
o Nex{T} (lik{E} Aur{O}ra) S{P}encer rose,
15.01.
o Life is a jest; and all things show it,
15.01.
o J.M. Rysbrack : 24 June 1694
14.01.
o OPHELIA/OPALIA
14.01.
o Pride of his own, and wonder of this age
14.01.
o they sit in their ar[M]-ch[A]ir[S], gr[O]wi[N]g a[S] great
13.01.
o Soule o[F] th' [A]ge [T]he [A]pplause?
13.01.
o Th(E) mann of wo(E), the matte(R) of desier, {(F)RE<E>} of the dead
13.01.
o Th(E) mann of wo(E), the matte(R) of desier,{(F)RE<E>} : Edward Dyer
13.01.
o Th(E) mann of wo(E), the matte(R) of desier, {(F)REE} of the dead
13.01.
o Th(E) mann of wo(E)_ by Sir Edward Dyer
12.01.
o n[EVER] clapper-claw'd with the palmes of the vulger
12.01.
o his commedies out of sale
10.01.
o But {S}ur{E}ly, {M}y m{A}n, w{H}en {T}he voyage began,
10.01.
o "...“Twelfth Night,” which is the first known oc currence of Shakespeare bei
10.01.
o Making HOOPOE
09.01.
o Virginia is for plovers
09.01.
o LEANING HER HEAD ON HER HAND

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