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I selected this article in particular because it was quite different from our usual articles. As author Hunter James crashes around the countryside of “traditional England,” he discovers what is acceptable in this unique literary world and what is not.
Hunter James uses driving as a vehicle, excuse the pun, to explore the native lands of Shakespeare, Henry James (and maybe some Brenda James?) and the insufferable Thomas Hardy. Even a little Dickens might be thrown in there.
Can he convince the Brits at Stratford-upon-Avon that Shakespeare didn’t really write all of those stories? Are his praises sung by the curator? Read and find out!
Jennifer, Network Editorial Director