Posts Tagged: Tana Wojczuk

Notable NYC: 2/24–3/2

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Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!

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By the People, for the People

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At Guernica, Tana Wojcznick unpacks Shakespeare’s lesser-known and often-misread play, Coriolanus, to bring us s its timely political warning about populism and democracy: It’s no accident that Coriolanus is not a favorite in America, where it’s rarely included in the mini-canon of plays each generation tends to play and re-play (such as King Lear today […]

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Who Cares Who Wrote Shakespeare?

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At Guernica, Tana Wojczuk shares her personal story of seeing Shakespeare performed as a child and her eventual realization and understanding of Shakespeare’s humor, and defends the importance of seeing Shakespeare’s works on stage: This is one of the reasons it was important to see Shakespeare performed, and not just to read him. Many of Shakespeare’s […]

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