As we like it,

As we like it

Listen in app
There is only one author to whom the TLS devotes an issue every year: William Shakespeare. Michael Caines talks us through the latest theories, research and reviews; Ian McEwan discusses his new novel, Machines Like Me

‘Still a giddy neighbour’ – Shakespeare’s parish in the 1590s, by Geoffrey Marsh, the TLS
The Bible on the Shakespearean Stage: Cultures of interpretation in Renaissance England, edited by Thomas Fulton and Kristen Poole
Believing in Shakespeare: Studies in longing, by Claire McEachern
Religious Conversion in Early Modern English Drama, by Lieke Stelling
What Blest Genius?: The Jubilee that made Shakespeare, by Andrew McConnell Stott
Shakespeare’s Rise to Cultural Prominence: Politics, print and alteration, 1642–1700, by Emma Depledge
Shakespeare: The theatre of our world, by Peter Conrad
Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan (Cape)



How did you like the book?

Sign in or Register

Open the app & listen

Bookmate now offers audiobooks! We have stacks for you to listen to, but right now you can only do that on your phone or tablet via our apps.

As we like it,
As we like it
Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)