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7:00pm
David Bevington, "Rigorous Justice, Mercy, and Equity: Three Rival Theories of law in Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure'"
(Arts/Music/Theatre)

We are excited to have Dr. Bevington begin our 14th Annual Literary Festival!

Dr. Bevington is a well-known literary scholar and Professor Emeritus of Humanities, English Language & Literature, and Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago. He has taught there since 1967, and currently serves as Chair of Theatre and Performance Studies. He has been lauded as "One of the most learned and devoted of Shakespeareans" by his colleagues and specializes in British Renaissance drama. Dr. Bevington plays many roles: he is not only a prolific scholar, author, and editor, but also an award-winning teacher. Most recently he published 'Shakespeare and Biography,' a study of the history of Shakespearean biography, and 'Murder Most Foul: Hamlet through the Ages.'

The Full Literary Festival schedule will be available at the end of March at www.newmanu.edu/litfest.

Location: Jabara Flexible "Black Box" Theatre
Sponsor: Departments of English and Theatre
Contact: Dr. Bryan Dietrich
E-Mail kryptonnights@yahoo.com
316-942-4291 ext. 2341
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