This week’s podcast is a continuation of our month-long discussion of Love’s Labor’s Lost, focusing on the bawdy humor in the play.
NOTE: This podcast contains mature subject matter and adult language (as well as adolescent humor and naughty bits, lots of naughty bits)… SO, if you’re easily offended, you might want to skip this one and wait until next week’s podcast, a return to safe-and-sane discussions.
Then we’ll finish up with our usual recap of this week’s blog entries.
[CONTENT REDACTED (to be edited and restored at a later date): In this podcast, I made reference to Dr. Pauline Kiernan’s work and book on bawdy in the Bard, Filthy Shakespeare; in doing so, I have offended her by my tone and use of her material. I apologize for the offense, and have thus redacted the reference.]
- Shakespeare’s Bawdy by Eric Partridge
- Filthy Shakespeare by Pauline Kiernan
- Oxford English Dictionary Second Edition on CD-ROM [v. 4.0]
This podcast was recorded using a Blue Snowball microphone onto a Dell XPS 400 computer, using Adobe Soundbooth recording and editing software.
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