Shakespeare's Politics @ Museum of London, London [27 February]

Shakespeare's Politics

18:00 - 19:00

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Museum of London
150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN London, United Kingdom
It is well known that Shakespeare lived in an age of monarchy and wrote powerfully in his English history plays about the duties of the sovereign.

In this lecture, Jonathan Bate will tell another, forgotten story: of how Shakespeare was also fascinated by Roman political models, especially the theory of civic duties expounded by Cicero, who appears as a character in Julius Caesar. He will also show how Shakespeare looked to Horace for a model of the public role of the writer.

For all information about this free public lecture by Professor Sir Jonathan Bate, please visit the Gresham College event's page:

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