2020
DOI: 10.33919/sledva.20.40.11
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Abstract: The ever growing and updating Shakespearian context is the topic of this article examining the almost simultaneous appearance (in Bulgaria, 2019) of a book, a film, and a theatre production related to the Bard: the book is “Nothing Like the Sun” by Anthony Burgess (translated by M. Melnishka), the film is Kenneth Branagh’s “All Is True”, and the theatre production is “Romeo and Juliet” at the Mladezhki Theatre (Youth Theatre) in Sofia.