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Movieclips. "Henry V (6/10) Movie CLIP - If His Cause Be Wrong (1989) HD." YouTube. 22 April 2015, <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rv7NsGCDVDs>.
This is a clip of the Kenneth Branaugh Henry V, where the king is talking to his soldiers in disguise. This scene in one of those I plan to reference in exploring the more common voices in Shakespeare's play.
goodticklebrain. "'St. Crispin's Day' speech in Original Pronunciation." Good Tickle Brain 25 October 2015, <http://goodticklebrain.tumblr.com/post/131876408532/st-crispins-day-speech-in-original>.
Here, a blog owner was able to get someone to read the "St. Crispin's Day" speech in the accent that it might have originally been performed in. This recording will help me demonstrate how social media helps others to confer in analyzing Shakespeare's works in casual and professional ways.
4. Media Sources
goodticklebrain. Good Tickle Brain,< http://goodticklebrain.tumblr.com/>.
This blog is a center of comics based on Shakespeare's works that sometimes satirizes and dissects the themes of his plays. It is full of examples of how social media, specifically Tumblr, is a place for important informal analysis, which will aid my point.
incorrectshakespeare. Incorrect Shakespeare Quotes, <http://incorrectshakespeare.tumblr.com/>.
Another blog, this site uses satire and meme culture to critique Shakespeare's plays. I can also reference this blog when looking at how social media allows for critique from voices that might otherwise be ignored.
bevsi. "hamlet&ophelia." Bev Johnson. 6 March 2016, 11:46 PM, <http://bevsi.tumblr.com/post/140611037266/hamletophelia>.
Here is an artists depiction of Ophelia and Hamlet that provides interesting insight into their relationship through gesture and expression. I can use this as one example of how someone not associated with studies in literature was able to publish a detailed analysis in the mode of informal art.