Monthly Archives: June 2022

Blogging Through the Pandemic, 2.0–“Retired But Not Shy” at Twelve

[Note: Ah, yes, the end of another blog year at “Retired But Not Shy”! Twelve years and counting, I guess. This past year has been difficult, what with the continuation of the pandemic and the need to create new posts … Continue reading

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Taking on Shakespeare’s Plays as a “Pandemic Project”

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare.  New York:  Barnes & Noble, 1994. (Based on Arthur Henry Bullen’s Stratford Town Edition, Shakespeare Head Press, 1904.)             [Note:  When I retired in May 2010, after teaching for thirty-seven years at The Westminster … Continue reading

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