Shakespeare in Life with Stephen Lacey, Ph.D.

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A Shakespeare scholar and Professor of English at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, discusses the relevance of literature in terms of its psychological value. His talk is illustrated with historical and anecdotal references to the life and works of Shakespeare, the Jacobeans, Samuel Johnson, Proust and others.


Stephen Lacey, Ph.D. (1943-2000) Professor of English at Cornell College. He established the Lacey Salon that began in Merner Hall in 1961 and continued through a lifetime of friendships, ending in his last home, the Van Etten house that will now become known as the Van Etten-Lacey House, home of Cornell’s Center for the Literary Arts.

 Host: Michael Toms     Interview Date: 6/18/1979       Program number: 1454