"An exhibition whose range and detail may not be soon equaled"--New York Times, 3/23/12 A great review of Remembering Shakespeare, the Beinecke's current exhibition, in Friday's New York Times Weekend Arts.
March 25, 2012
By Kathryn James and David Kastan; from T he Huffington Post Shakespeare has always seemed too good to be true--or, for some, too good to be Shakespeare. The known biographical facts about the glover's son from the small midland English market town of Stratford-upon-Avon frustrate our desire for a robust biography of the author of the works that have become, as Arthur Murphy wrote in 1753, "a lay bible."
February 26, 2012
Please join us February 15, at 4:30 pm on the Beinecke Library mezzanine for the opening of the Beinecke’s spring exhibition, “Remembering Shakespeare.”
February 15, 2012
Please join us next Wednesday, February 15, at 4:30 pm on the Beinecke Library mezzanine for the opening of the Beinecke’s spring exhibition, “Remembering Shakespeare.” Remembering Shakespeare Wednesday, February 1 - Monday, June 4, 2012
February 7, 2012
Exile as Destiny: Czeslaw Milosz and America On view October 24 through December 17, 2011 He had his home, posthumous, in the town of New Haven, In a white building, behind walls Of translucent marble like turtle shell —Czesław Miłosz, from "Beinecke Library." Provinces. New York: Ecco Press, 1991.
November 3, 2011
Multitudes: A Celebration of the Yale Collection of American Literature, 1911 – 2011 EXHIBITION CLOSING PARTY Friday, September 23, 2011 at 5:00
September 20, 2011