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Resources for SHAKSPEReans
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 92. Monday, 25 Mar 1991.
 
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      Subject: Re:  SHK 2.0090  Resources for SHAKSPEReans
 
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      Subject:      Resources for SHAKSPER
 
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Subject: 2.0090  Resources for SHAKSPEReans
Comment: Re:  SHK 2.0090  Resources for SHAKSPEReans
 
Perhaps we can begin to compile lists of databases of electronic
texts by and relating to Shakespeare, with reference to the discussions
on texts voiced at last year's SAA meeting.
 
Stephen Matsuba
York University
Toronto, Canada
 
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Date:         Mon, 25 Mar 91 17:51:17 EST
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Subject:      Resources for SHAKSPER
 
The idea of a listing of electronic Shakespeare projects is a good one;
the beginnings of such a list can already be found in the directory of
Shakespeare Institutions, Libraries, and Projects, available from the
SHAKSPER Fileserver (DIRECTRY INSTITUT SHAKSPER).
 
To return to an earlier suggestion: although I will continue to pursue
the matter of electronic copies of SAA Bulletins and Directories, for the
moment it will probably be most expedient to make use of the paper
versions I receive in the mail.  I will continue to summarize important
news from the Bulletins, and am more than willing to answer any
queries about addresses from the SAA Directory.  (This will save me
the time-consuming task of typing the entire Directory by hand, and
the negotiations which would be necessary with the SAA to place the
Directory on-line).
 
We should also shortly be joined by the editors of *Shakespeare
Bulletin*, at which time additional resources may become available
for the Fileserver.  Any further suggestions would be most welcome.
 
                                          Ken Steele
                                          University of Toronto
 

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