National Review Online Literary Links

National Review Online Literary Links

A couple of literature/bookish related links from our friends over at NRO: – First, they have a symposium on Shakespeare: Nobody knows precisely when William Shakespeare was born. It was in 1564, probably a few days before April 26, which definitely was the date of his baptism, as recorded in the parish church at Stratford-upon-Avon. The Bard’s birthday is traditionally observed on April 23, which is also the date on which he died, in 1616. To celebrate his life, we’ve asked a...

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National Review Online Literary Links

National Review Online Literary Links

A couple of literature/bookish related links from our friends over at NRO: – First, they have a symposium on Shakespeare: Nobody knows precisely when William Shakespeare was born. It was in 1564, probably a few days before April 26, which definitely was the date of his baptism, as recorded in the parish church at Stratford-upon-Avon. The Bard’s birthday is traditionally observed on April 23, which is also the date on which he died, in 1616. To celebrate his life, we’ve asked a...

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A Whole Lotta Links

A Whole Lotta Links

A bunch of links to note so I decided to put it here rather than the sidebar. –>Let’s start with National Review: Peter Robinson is talking with Shelby Steele, author of A Bound Man which I highly recommend, at Uncommon Knowledge.  First episode is here. On the podcast side, John J Miller has spoken with a number of interesting authors lately at Between the Covers: H.W. Crocker III, Orson Scott Card, and George C. Herring among others.  The podcasts are only like ten...

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