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Hello Scott ,
Welcome to Week 3 of Shakespeare.
If you haven't started yet, it's not too late; you can make a start now, working at your own pace.
In this upcoming week, we will focus on Shakespeare in print today. We will talk about editors and the editing process, and find out how the way a text has been printed and / or edited can have a huge affect on the way it is performed. You'll also get to have a go at editing a small extract from a play yourself!
We hope you are enjoying the course and look forward to reading your comments in the discussions.
Dr Sarah Lewis, Dr Gemma Miller and Professor Gordon McMullan
London Shakespeare Centre
King's College London
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