Jill Line

Jill Line earned a master’s degree from the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, and taught in the drama department of the University of Surrey, Roehampton. She lectures on Shakespeare for many organizations, including the Prince of Wales’ Summer School for Teachers, part of the Royal Shakespeare Company. She lives in England.

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Reveals the influence of the Renaissance scholar-priest Marsilio Ficino on Shakespeare and how the Neoplatonic philosophy of love shaped the inner meaning of his work • Shows how Shakespeare’s works offer a path back to the divine unity of all things • Explains the role of love in the Christian-Platonic concept of the three worlds In Love’s Labours Lost, Shakespeare talks of the true Promethean fire that is lit by the doctrine he reads in women’s eyes. What is this...

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