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Reading Shakespeare with James Shapiro

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1395 Lexington Ave
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New York, New York 10128
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 12
Teacher: James Shapiro

What you'll learn in this literature class:

James Shapiro, Larry Miller Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia and author of Shakespeare in a Divided America and The Year of Lear: Shakespeare in 1606, leads participants through the plays that the Public Theater will stage this summer in Central Park, offering insights into their language, style and performance histories.

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