What is the value in studying Shakespeare and other forms of entertainment that perpetuate misogyny, violence, etc.?
Why is mistaken identity such a big theme in Twelfth Night?
Why is the play called Twelfth Night, or What You Will and not just Twelfth Night?
What do we learn about how people in the 90s read Shakespeare from the 1996 Trevor Nunn production?
What is the point of the unplayed games at the beginning of the Book of the Courtier? Do any of them give us hints about what the book is going to be about? How it’s going to be about it?