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    What the Bard can teach us about truthiness in American politics
      This oneâeuro;™s up there with aliens crashing in New Mexico and the faked lunar landing âeuro;” Shakespeare as a fraud is one of our most enduring conspiracy theories. But the film resonates well beyond literary circles for depicting the Baby Boomersâeuro;™ âeuro;œMe, Me, Me!âeuro;� ethic gone off the deep end.
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    When amps collided with iambic pentameter, the Metal Shakespeare Company was born
      Luke Dennis, the group’s bassist, signed onto the idea because, as he says, “A literate metal fan would be hard-pressed to dispute that there is anything more metal than the tragedies that befall the likes of Macbeth and Hamlet %uFFFD— both victims of their own treacherous environments and their own agonizing thoughts.
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