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THE SQUARE MILE SHAKESPEARE

Poet-psychogeographer Niall McDevitt commemorates the month of Shakespeare’s birth and death with his much imitated but never equalled walk THE SQUARE MILE SHAKESPEARE.   McDevitt proves that you don’t have to go to Stratford-on-Avon, or Bankside, to explore the buskined … Continue reading

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SHAKESPEARE IN THE CITY

Shakespeare in the City is a literary walk. It has two important teachings: 1) Shakespeare wasn’t just something that happened south of the river, in one tourist-convenient spot. 2) Shakespeare wasn’t just an Elizabethan poet-playwright. He was also the foremost … Continue reading

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