Do the worlds of Shakespeare and religion mix?
Shakespeare, God, and Me is, in part, a record of a passion by one who is not a proper Shakespeare scholar. It contains some conventional literary criticism (some harsh words on Portia, and an analysis of the Credo in Verdi's Othello) and some more eccentric material: a love letter to Cordelia, a short story based roughly on Macbeth, and a long personal essay on King Lear. Probably not enough God for the pious.
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