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Qs: Richard's Hump; Pericles; Hypertext Dissertation
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0646.  Monday, 1 August 1994.
 
(1)     From:   Jim Serchak <JRSn%TsPm%
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        Date:   Friday, 29 Jul 94 16:30:56 PDT
        Subj:   Richard III's Hump
 
(2)     From:   Timothy Dayne Pinnow <
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        Date:   Saturday, 30 Jul 1994 12:13:51 -0500
        Subj:   query: Pericles
 
(3)     From:   Carey Cummings <
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        Date:   Sunday, 31 Jul 94 18:34:35 EDT
        Subj:   Hypertext
 
 
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From:           Jim Serchak <JRSn%TsPm%
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Date:           Friday, 29 Jul 94 16:30:56 PDT
Subject:        Richard III's Hump
 
I'm currently working on an adaptation of Richard III at a directing workshop
in Berkeley.  We have arrived at an impasse regarding Richard III's
deformities.  Basically, two camps have developed within the group.  One
believes that Richard's deformities are primarily physical and range from
hunchback, crippled walk, twisted face, etc...  The other camp feels Richard's
deformities are psychological in nature.  We would appreciate any commentary
regarding productions you've seen, directed or acted in.  Also, any references
to the historical Richard would help. Our production is slated for 8/22/94, so
if you have a moment, please respond.
 
Thanks,
Jim Serchak
San Francisco

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From:           Timothy Dayne Pinnow <
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Date:           Saturday, 30 Jul 1994 12:13:51 -0500
Subject:        query: Pericles
 
Dear SHAKSPEReans:
 
In beginning to think about directing *Pericles* this fall, I'm out searching
for good fodder for my brain.  I am most interested in the play as storytelling
(emphasis on Gower's role).  I'm also quite interested in it as a fable of
sorts (perseverence wins in the end).  I'd be most grateful for any suggestions
as to critical works that might be an important read for me.
 
Many thanks in advance.
                                                 Timothy Dayne Pinnow
                                                 St. Olaf College
                                                 
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From:           Carey Cummings <
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Date:           Sunday, 31 Jul 94 18:34:35 EDT
Subject:        Hypertext
 
Help.  I'm posting this message for a friend who is preparing her dissertation
in hypertext.  She is almost through and finds that UMI does not appear to take
dissertations on disk or any media other than paper.  Does anyone out there
know of anyone doing similar work who may have gotten UMI to accept their work.
 Needless to say my friend, who is almost through with her work, is upset at
the prospect of not being able to follow through on her project.  SUNY Albany
requires a copy of the dissertation for UMI and if UMI won't take it maybe SUNY
won't either.  While she is working out the politics does anyone have any
advice that I can pass along to her.  Thanks in advance for any help.  As we on
the fabulous internet know paper is passe.
 

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