Books by Jonathan Bate
Interviews where books by Jonathan Bate were recommended
What drives people’s passion for birds and birdwatching? For Jeremy Mynott, it’s as much about us as it is about them. He recommends the best books on birds and birdwatching.
Titus Andronicus (Arden Shakespeare)
by Jonathan Bate & William Shakespeare
Reinventing Shakespeare: A Cultural History, from the Restoration to the Present
by Gary Taylor
Passing Strange: Shakespeare, Race, and Contemporary America
by Ayanna Thompson
Shakespeare on Film
by Judith Buchanan
The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Global Shakespeare
by Alexa Alice Joubin (editor)
In the years after William Shakespeare died, his plays took on a life of their own. They meant different things to different people at different times as they spread around the world, turning a glover’s son from a one-horse town in central England into one of the best-known authors of all time. Emma Smith, Professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of Oxford, recommends books to better understand ‘Shakespeare reception’—the study of Shakespeare since his death.