Things Noted Here & There
Mike Dash, "William Shakespeare, Gangster," Past Imperfect, 7 November, takes another look at Leslie Hotson's findings in the English public records.
Mary Jo Murphy, "Beneath the Streets of London," NYT, 10 November, and Rob Verger, "What Lies Beneath," Daily Beast, 14 November, review Peter Ackroyd's London Under: The Secret History Beneath the Streets.
Matthew Price, "The End: those most loyal to Hitler doomed Germany," The National, 11 November, reviews Ian Kershaw's The End: The Defiance and Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1944-1945.
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