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Notes & Queries: SGML, Internet Databases, 12N
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 210. Tuesday, 10 Sep 1991.
 
(1)	Date:	Mon, 9 Sep 1991 15:33:00 -0400
	From: 	
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  (Liam Quin)
	Subj:	Re: SHK 2.0208  Text Encoding Initiative, SGML
 
(2)	Date:   Sun, 8 Sep 1991 20:52:26 CDT
	From: 	Steven Gerstle <
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	Subj:   Shakespeare on internet?
 
(3)	Date: 	Tue, 10 Sep 1991 14:58:00 -0400
	From:	Naomi Seeger <ECZ5SEE@UCLAMVS.BITNET>
	Subj: 	Twelfth Night
 
	
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Date:		Mon, 9 Sep 1991 15:33:00 -0400
From: 		
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  (Liam Quin)
Subject: 2.0208  Text Encoding Initiative, SGML
Comment:	Re: SHK 2.0208  Text Encoding Initiative, SGML
 
Just a note -- you can contact the SGM Users' Group secretary,
Steve Downie, as either <
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if it's easier.
 
					Lee
 
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Liam Quin, 
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            `Jacob sod pottage'  [King James Bible]
 
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	[Zip Kellogg, a member of SHAKSPER, forwarded the inquiry
	below to me personally, but as I have no answer I thought it
	best to open up discussion to the group as a whole.  I have
	heard of institutions putting Shakespeare, Old English Texts,
	and even the Oxford English Dictionary on-line via their
	mainframes, but unfortunately only for on-campus users.  (A
	notable exception is the Dante Database at Dartmouth, about
	which others probably know more than I do.)  Does anyone know
	what Steven Gerstle has heard about?  Please respond to SHAKSPER
	directly. -- k.s.]
 
Date:         Sun, 8 Sep 1991 20:52:26 CDT
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From:         Steven Gerstle <
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Subject:      Shakespeare on internet?
 
Does anyone know about the availability of the full text
of Shakespeare's works on the internet?  I hear that a
University has mounted this on their mainframe.
 
				Steven Gerstle
				San Francisco State University
				San Francisco, CA 94118
 
				
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				voice (415) 338-7053
 
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Date: 		Tue, 10 Sep 1991 14:58:00 -0400
From: 		Naomi Seeger <ECZ5SEE@UCLAMVS.BITNET>
Subject: 	Twelfth Night
 
Hello --
 
This is a query for help.  I am currently studying "Twelfth Night" but
find myself at a loss when searching for criticism beyond the last five
years.  My question is what are the seminal texts and who are the "must
read" authors on this play?
 
					Thanks in advance,
 
					Naomi Seeger
					ecz5see@uclamvs
 

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