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William Shakespeare

The Catholic Dramatist in a Protestant Land

ALL THE CHURCH'S A STAGE

Kenneth Colston

December 2014

Macbeth, Lear, Othello, Hamlet, Falstaff, Henry IV — are these immortal portraits of sinful humanity not the very crucible of Shakespeare’s art?

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An Academic Undoes the Renaissance

Kenneth Colston

May 2013

A review of The Swerve: How the World Became Modern and Shakespeare's Freedom (The Rice University Campbell Lectures)

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The Catholic Connection

DISPATCH FROM THE FRONT

Frederick W. Marks

May 2012

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The Empty Self vs. the Rich Soul

MEN WITHOUT CHESTS

Mitchell Kalpakgian

January 2004

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How Scientific Pride & Idolatry Blot Out the Perception of God

SCIENCE'S SIN OF THE EYES

Jonathan David Carson

November 2001

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The Seven Sad Ages of Modern Man

DISCIPLES OF JAQUES, NOT JESUS

Mitchell Kalpakgian

May 2000

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