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Queries: Masques, Mourning Rings, Hypercard Stacks
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 175. Saturday, 22 Jun 1991.
 
(1) 	Date: 	Fri, 21 Jun 91 12:20:19 -0400
	From: 	
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  (Thomas G. Bishop)
	Subj: 	Performances of Jacobean Masques
 
(2)	Subj: 	Mourning rings mentioned in Shakespeare's will
	From: 	Zip Kellogg <ZKELLOGG@PORTLAND.Bitnet>
	Date: 	Fri, 21 Jun 1991 15:03:42 -0400
 
(3)	Date: 	Wed, 19 Jun 91 18:23:45 EDT
	From: 	Mark Lee <IRMSS908@SIVM.Bitnet>
	Subj: 	Re: 'Shakespeare's Life & Times'.
 
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Date: 		Fri, 21 Jun 91 12:20:19 -0400
From: 		
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  (Thomas G. Bishop)
Subject: 	Performances of Jacobean Masques
 
Can anyone on SHAKSPER give me any information about modern
performances/productions of Jacobean (or even Caroline) court masques?
I am especially interested in Jonson's, and in particular, "Oberon".
I believe the "Masque of Flowers" was performed at KALAMAZOO sometime
back there.  Productions either in U.S. or elsewhere, or information
about where to find out about any such would be welcome.
 
					Many thanks,
					Tom Bishop
 
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Subject: 	Mourning rings mentioned in Shakespeare's will
From: 		Zip Kellogg <ZKELLOGG@PORTLAND.Bitnet>
Date: 		Fri, 21 Jun 1991 15:03:42 -0400
 
   In Shak's will, he mentioned that some money should go to his friends
Heminges, Condell, Burbage and others to buy memorial rings. Can anyone
tell me something of this practice to wear memorial rings and whether
any of them survived?
				Zip Kellogg, U. of Southern Maine Library
 
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Date: 		Wed, 19 Jun 91 18:23:45 EDT
From: 		Mark Lee <IRMSS908@SIVM.Bitnet>
Subject:      	Re: 'Shakespeare's Life & Times'.
 
This appeared on ANSAXNET. I thought that perhaps that there might be MAC
users out there who would possibly want to contact Michael Best regarding the
hypercard stack.
 
Cheers,
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*** Forwarding note from ANSAX-L --WVNVM    06/19/91 13:59 ***
 
'Shakespeare's Life & Times', Hypercard stack is available from
Professor Michael Best, Department of English, University of Victoria,
British Columbia, Canada V8W 3P4.  Email 
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	[Michael Best's Hypercard stack sounds like a remarkable tool.
	See SHAKSPER 2.0136 (Fri May 17, 1991) for a complete
	description of the program and its capabilities, or retrieve
	the file HYPRCARD STACK SHAKSPER from the SHAKSPER Fileserver.
	A free demo disk is also available on request. -- k.s.]
 

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