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The religious views of William Shakespeare are the subject of an ongoing scholarly debate dating back more than 150 years. The general assumption about William Shakespeare's religious affiliation is that he was a conforming member of the established Anglican Church.However, many scholars have speculated about his personal religious beliefs, based on analysis of the historical record and of his...

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The latest academic to take this journey, or at least to write a book about it, is David Kastan, a Yale University English professor who concludes in A Will to Believe: Shakespeare and Religion ...

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There is no direct evidence of William Shakespeare's religious beliefs, however over the years there have been many theories about the personal religious beliefs that he may have held. Some evidence suggests that Shakespeare's family had Catholic sympathies and that he himself was a secret Catholic; although there is disagreement over whether ...

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Religion in Shakespeare's England From The England of Shakespeare by Edwin Goadby. London: Cassell. Protestantism had been finally established as the national religion the year before Shakespeare was born. Hence, from his earliest days, he would be familiar with its rites and ceremonies.

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religious traditions, beliefs, and ideas with specific social, political, and economic realities. Now, in the wake of postmodern philosophy and ... Shakespeare and religion that open out onto the broader field of experi-ence and understanding toward which Lupton points.

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Shakespeare and Religion. by Aldous Huxley This essay, the last Huxley wrote (it was actually dictated on his death bed), was published in Show Magazine in 1964 soon after his death. reprinted in "Huxley and God: Essays" 1992 Harper Collins . Shakespeare and Religion . A name that is a household word, and a word that is on everybody's lips.

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The Catholic imagination the imagination that allowed Shakespeare to sprinkle his plays with references to Catholic religious beliefs and practices in meaningful ways also helped to create the fictive worlds of Denmark, Rome, Verona, Venice, and Illyria. The imagination that made him Catholic also ...

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We do not know precisely when Shakespeare's father, John, was born but he would have been brought up a Roman Catholic. From 1534, however, when Henry VIII finally renounced the authority of the Pope and declared himself head of the Church of England, a new understanding of the faith began to emerge.

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Peter Kaufman, professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and the University of Richmond, and author of \"Religion Around Shakespeare\" considers some of the evidence for Shakespeare\'s own religious convictions.