Thu, 1 March 2018
Women play a small but significant part in Shakespeare's plays. In this lecture we shall look at women's roles and influence from the taunting of Lady Macbeth to the trickery of Beatrice, from the power of Cleopatra to the weakness of Ophelia. From this will come some insight into the social and moral importance of women in Shakespearean drama and how they affect and are affected by the male characters.
Tutor: Canon Margaret Tinsley, Tutor in Literature
Venue: Lady Chapel, St Albans Cathedral (entry via the Cedar Tree Door)
Date: Thursday 1st March 2018
Time: 8.00pm - 9.30pm
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