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Le Duodecimo 2.6 (June 2021)

“Ay, fill it full...” (Sonnet 136) | In this issue: ◊ “No, Time, thou shalt not boast that I do change...” (Sonnet 123) | Message from the Artistic Director ◊ “To make some special instant special blest, by new unfolding...” (Sonnet 52) | A Word From Greg ◊ “Your...

Le Duodecimo 2.5 (May 2021)

“How can my Muse want subject...” (Sonnet 38) | In this issue:◊ “This huge stage presenteth nought but shows whereon the stars in secret influence comment.” (Sonnet 15) | Announcing Repercussion's Summer Performance Series ◊ “... such fair assistance in my verse...”...

Le Duodecimo 2.3 (March 2021)

“Here's goodly stuff toward!” (Henry IV, Part II, 2.4) | In this issue:◊ “... Which, when the people had the full view of, such a noise arose [...] such joy I never saw before.” (Henry VIII, 4.1) | ICYMI: Words with Will Livestream Playback Available for a Limited...

Le Duodecimo 2.2 (February 2021)

“Well, let them practise and converse...” (Henry VI, Part I, 2.1) | In this issue:◊ “Write till your ink be dry...” (Two Gentlemen of Verona, 3.2) | Amanda Kellock on Words With Will ◊ “We'll crave a parley, to confer…” (Henry VI, Part I, 5.3) | Making Ready to Stream...

Le Duodecimo 2.1 (January 2021)

“How still the evening is, as hush'd on purpose to grace harmony!” (Much Ado About Nothing, 2.3) | In this issue:◊ “Seek anew some fresher stamp of the time-bettering days" (Sonnet LXXXII) | Onwards into 2021 ◊ "Come, stir, stir, stir! The curfew-bell hath rung."...

Le Duodecimo 1.8 (December 2020)

“As a lusty winter - frosty, but kindly.” (As You Like It, 2.3) | In this issue:◊ “How far that little candle throws his beams!” (The Merchant of Venice, 5.1) | A Thank-You to our Donors - Dispatch from the AD's Home Office ◊ "Here art thou in appointment fresh and...

Le Duodecimo 1.7 (November 2020)

“Praising what is lost makes the remembrance dear.”(All's Well That Ends Well, 5.3) | In this issue:◊ “We must not stint our necessary actions” (Henry VIII, 1.2) | #ReperWorks Updates ◊ "Pray, entertain them; give them guide to us." (Timon of Athens, 1.1) | A SITP...

Le Duodecimo 1.6 (October 2020)

"The teeming autumn, big with rich increase..." (Sonnet XCVII, 6) | In this issue:◊ “Chewing the food of sweet and bitter fancy...” (As You Like It, 4.3) | Feasts in Shakespeare - a Few Toothsome Readings ◊ “Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron...