Celebrate Shakespeare’s Birthday at the Clark!

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Shakespeare’s Bookshelf: New Additions to the Paul Chrzanowski Collection
Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 4:00–7:00 p.m.
A Special Event at the  William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
Please join the Center and Clark Library in celebrating the new additions to the Paul Chrzanowski Collection. Books from the collection will be on display during this special event, which also marks the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth. Paul Chrzanowski will give a short collector’s talk at 5:30 p.m., and scenes from Shakespeare plays will be performed by actors from the Independent Shakespeare Company on the library’s beautiful grounds.
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The Paul Chrzanowski Collection is the largest gift ever made to the Clark Library. It contains books known or thought to have been read by William Shakespeare, as well as two Shakespeare folios and one quarto edition of a play (Henry the Sixth), among other fine books dated from 1479 to 1731. It also includes the first complete Caxton publication to enter any University of California collection, his Cordyal of the Four Last Thinges of 1479.
Registration Deadline: April 16, 2014
Admission is complimentary, but advance registration is requested:
Please be aware that space at the Clark is limited and that registration closes when capacity is reached. Confirmation will be sent via email.
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One Response to “Celebrate Shakespeare’s Birthday at the Clark!”

  1. To give or not to give | The Clog Says:

    […] week I had the opportunity to help catalog some of the Shakespeare books that Paul Chrzanowski recently donated to the Clark Library. Working with these books reminded me that whenever I am […]

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