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Why the Shakespeare Folio is the World’s Worst Stolen Treasure

“The 230 surviving First Folios are now the most minutely studied published works in history. The folio is unusual in that two centuries of records trace the path of specific copies. In recent decades, similar censuses have been held of … Continue reading

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Shakespeare Quartos To Be Digitized

“The Shakespeare Quartos Archive , a freely-accessible, high-resolution digital collection of the 75 pre-1641 quarto editions of Shakespeare’s plays—a joint project of the Folger Shakespeare Library and the University of Oxford, with the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities … Continue reading

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