Reminder: 19 Nov: “Marlowe’s Ghost in Shakespeare’s As You Like It”

“Marlowe’s Ghost in Shakespeare’s As You Like It”

STEVE SOHMER
Fleming Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, and CMRS Associate

We all know Christopher Marlowe was killed on May 30, 1593. Would you believe that in early 1600, William Shakespeare wrote As You Like It to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the death of his friend and mentor, and modeled the character of Jaques on the deceased? Come, listen, and see.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2014
ROYCE 306 AT 12:00 PM
CMRS@HUMNET.UCLA.EDU    |    310-825-1880    |    WWW.CMRS.UCLA.EDU

Advance Registration is not required. Please sign the attendance sheet at the door. No fee.  Seating is limited, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Use the Self Pay Parking in UCLA Lots 2, 3, 4, or 5.

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