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For more past programming from the [[Folger Institute]], please see the article [[Folger Institute scholarly programs archive]].
 
For more past programming from the [[Folger Institute]], please see the article [[Folger Institute scholarly programs archive]].
  
This was a Fall Semester Seminar 1974 led by [[Jeanne Addison Roberts]]
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This was a fall [[1974-1975 Scholarly Programs|1974]] semester seminar led by [[Jeanne Addison Roberts]]
  
 
The Seminar will be devoted to an intensive study of Shakespeare's ''King Lear''. Included will be an analysis of textual problems, a study of sources and adaptations, and historical analysis of the criticism of the play.
 
The Seminar will be devoted to an intensive study of Shakespeare's ''King Lear''. Included will be an analysis of textual problems, a study of sources and adaptations, and historical analysis of the criticism of the play.
  
 
'''Director:''' [[Jeanne Addison Roberts]] is Dean of Faculties of Professor of Literature at American University. She is the editor of a forthcoming ''Merry Wives of Windsor Variorum'' and the South Carolina old-spelling edition of ''The Tempest''.
 
'''Director:''' [[Jeanne Addison Roberts]] is Dean of Faculties of Professor of Literature at American University. She is the editor of a forthcoming ''Merry Wives of Windsor Variorum'' and the South Carolina old-spelling edition of ''The Tempest''.

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For more past programming from the Folger Institute, please see the article Folger Institute scholarly programs archive.

This was a fall 1974 semester seminar led by Jeanne Addison Roberts

The Seminar will be devoted to an intensive study of Shakespeare's King Lear. Included will be an analysis of textual problems, a study of sources and adaptations, and historical analysis of the criticism of the play.

Director: Jeanne Addison Roberts is Dean of Faculties of Professor of Literature at American University. She is the editor of a forthcoming Merry Wives of Windsor Variorum and the South Carolina old-spelling edition of The Tempest.