The Big Book of Bard: 400 years in the making, Shakespeare's First Folio goes on tour (EugeneWeekly.com 31 December 2015)
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Bodleian's battered Shakespeare First Folio to be put on internet. University library starts appeal fund to digitise carefully conserved volume still wrapped in original 1623 binding
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The First Folio found in Saint-Omer library A rare and valuable William Shakespeare First Folio has been discovered in a provincial town in France. The book – one of only 230 believed to still exist - had lain undisturbed in the library at Saint-Omer in the north of France for 200 years. Medieval literature expert Rémy Cordonnier was searching for books to use in a planned exhibition of “Anglo-Saxon” authors when he stumbled across the 1623 tome in September.
Actor and director to be public face of Film London, which aims to celebrate playwright’s 400th death anniversary with series of radical new projects
Shakespeare First Folio discovered in small French town. "New discoveries are made roughly once a decade, and they are scrutinised by scholars for minor variations (each copy is different) and what they might reveal about Shakespeare's intentions." The copy discovered in Saint-Omer is only one of two known to reside in France.
The Taming of the Shrew. Nell Geisslinger as Kate. Oregon Shakespeare Festival.