To the memory of my Beloved

To the Memory of my Beloved, the Author, Mr. William Shakespeare: And what he hath left us by Ben Jonson, together with his introductory poem to the Droeshout  engraving. Edited and annotated by John Bremer, Institute of Philosophy, 2009

Shakespeare’s Sonnets (Q)

Shakespeare’s Sonnets: The Design, Printing and Publishing of Q Institute of Philosophy, 1996

From the First Folio of 1623 To the memory of my Beloved

The Author: Mr. William Shakespeare: And what he hath left us Ben Jonson together with his introductory poem to the Droeshout engraving Edited and annotated by John Bremer Jonson on Shakespeare in the First Folio 1623 This monograph has four parts. Part One is the Droeshout engraving of William Shakespeare, printed in the First Folio Continue Reading …

Sonnet 126: Shakespeare’s Farewell to his “lovely Boy”

Preface The following essay attempts to explore the meaning of Sonnet 126, and, at the same time, to offer some opinions about the Sonnets as a whole. Much of what is said may be found in one or other of the innumerable commentaries, but it is unnecessary to identify the sources—and also very cumbersome. It is to be Continue Reading …