From the Nov/Dec, 2014 issue of Touchstone
Shakespeare, Humble & Ardent by Michael Platt

Shakespeare, Humble & Ardent

Any Quest to Understand the Bard Requires Humility & Ardor by Michael Platt

If we knew who Shakespeare was, might it help us read his works? In "Shakespeare's Religion" (First Things, May 2008), Professor Robert Miola summed up the little that is known about Shakespeare's personal worship and reviewed the interesting, but mixed and inconclusive, inferences from the plays.

Shakespeare the man may have been a Catholic, but the record does not show it. The spaces between the dots in the life are, as Miola maintains, much wider than the dots, and some of the dots are not dots at all, b . . .


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