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Shakespeare’s antisemitic lines must be censored at times, says Rylance
The Guardian

The actor Mark Rylance has said he has to cut out parts of Shakespeare’s plays because they are antisemitic.

The former artistic director of the Globe Theatre in London, who is starring in the BBC’s Wolf Hall, said: “I don’t think there’s pressure [to remove] the bawdy jokes. He’s bawdier a lot more times than people realise.

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