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Q: The Canon
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 432.  Friday, 16 July 1993.
 
From:           Brian Sobus <
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Date:           Thursday, 15 Jul 1993 14:29:52 -0400
Subject:        UnShakespearean
 
Ever since the discussion began on *Cardenio*, I've been wondering about
two things (actually, more than two things have been on my mind, but I'll
try to stick with two):
 
   1)  What is the status of plays like Pericles and the Two Noble Kinsmen?
       They are both in a 1936 ed. of Shakespeare that I have.
 
   2)  Where can I find a list of plays that are considered to be Shakespeare's
       but have not been proven to be his?  After I get such a list, where do
       I find copies of the plays so that I can read them?  If a tree falls in
       a forest....
 
Oh...one more thing would anyone be interested in having these plays as
searchable and annotatable texts files on CD-ROM.  They, of course, would
appear on screen exactly as they would on paper...
 
-Brian

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