http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/11/books/11masl.html I was unaware that Marjorie Garber, she of “Shakespeare After All,” had a new book out. “Shakespeare And Modern Culture” seems to cover quite a bit : makeup, movies, songs, motivational speakers, and so on. It’s one of those “Shakespeare everywhere” things. I might like this one. I found Shakespeare After All to be a hard read, the kind of thing that only the hardcore Shakespeare fans would truly appreciate. I’ve mentioned before, I’m always on the lookout that I could recommend to others to make them fans, you know? Shakespeare’s work, in her opinion, is so constantly mutable that it always exists in the present, whatever that present might be. The ways in which Shakespeare is interpreted in different eras say as much about those time periods as they do about the writing itself. I mean, that’s great. I can totally get behind that.