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Re: Shakespeare and Computers
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0658.  Friday, 5 August 1994.
 
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        Date:   Thursday, 04 Aug 94 22:28 PDT
        Subj:   Re: SHK 5.0653  Shakespeare and Computers
 
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        Date:   Friday, 5 Aug 94 10:05:52 +0100
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Date:           Thursday, 04 Aug 94 22:28 PDT
Subject: 5.0653  Shakespeare and Computers
Comment:        Re: SHK 5.0653  Shakespeare and Computers
 
In response to Jim Helfer's query about Shakespeare programs on computer:
 
I own a copy of _Karaoke Shakespeare: Macbeth_ from IBM Multimedia Publishing
Studio (1993).
 
But first my disclaimer. I'm personally acquainted with several of the
contributors to the Voyager Company's upcoming hypermedia edition of Macbeth
(for the Macintosh), and I've seen a demonstration of that program. The Voyager
Macbeth (when it's released) and the IBM version are competitors.
 
My version of the IBM Macbeth runs under plain DOS. It works fine for me in an
OS/2 2.11 DOS session. It requires a sound card, CD-ROM drive, and VGA with
256k of video memory.
 
The documentation is contained partly on the 3-page jewel case packaging,
partly in a read.me file, and partly in help screens. There are no credits for
the British actors who perform the lines. There are no sources for the
illustrations (19th-century woodcuts?) that accompany the text version of some
scenes. There is no provenance for the text, nor for the 2-minutes or so of
spoken "Notes" that precede each scene. These notes are pitched at the high
school level, and discuss one or two issues pertaining to the scene.
 
The program operates in two modes: karaoake and point-and-click.
 
The point-and-click mode accesses plain text. It includes proximity searching,
printing scenes or saving them to floppy disk, and changing fonts for reading.
A table of contents organizes the text by act and scene. The text has no line
numbering. Proximity searching brings up a window holding the hits, from which
the reader can jump to the hit in the text.
 
The karaoke mode is a performance of the play using animation and sound. The
karaoke function mutes the lines of one character for the reader to perform. A
small text box (two or three lines at a time) scrolls in sync with the actors
performing the lines. The speed of the scrolling can be slowed for practicing.
 
The audio track includes sound effects like thunder and battle sounds. The
animation is full-screen only when setting the mis-en-scene, usually with
swooping and panning effects. A character's face appears in a window in the
upper left. Only lips move. The British actors do a good enough job, but their
work is harmed by the timing of exchanges. The rhythm of the turns is rather
mechanical.
 
My bottom line: this program's implementation is often crude. Navigation
controls are rudimentary and ignore hypertext possibilities. Given the price (I
paid somewhere around $70 direct from IBM) it seems impoverished with respect
to learning resources. Licensing costs for the product were obviously nil.
Actors learning parts would find this useful, but the price seems steep for
that. Perhaps it is being discounted now.
 
   Tom Davey/UCLA
 
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Date:           Friday, 5 Aug 94 10:05:52 +0100
Subject: Shakespeare and Computers
Comment:        SHK 5.0653 Shakespeare and Computers
 
I have used with great ease the ETC Computerized Bookshelf/ Riverside/ Word
Cruncher Complete works. It's permanently installed in my Macintoshes (desk
and Powerbook both), and it's wonderful for cutting and pasting quotations into
whatever I'm writing. With the Mac, at least, it works well as a handy
concordance, using the "find" tool, within a given play or poem. Hardy Cook
(inter alia) has mentioned a number of errata in this text, but I have to say
that every time I've checked a line from computer-text to the printed Riverside
I've found it accurate. Hardy, could you tell us where the errors are?
Incidentally, it took a computer-maven at my university (Montclair State) to
"un-crunch" the "WordCruncher" and put the texts into Mac-readable files. Not
for the uninitiated, but well worth the effort (and a 6-pack) once it's done.
 
I was sent a copy of the Quarto company's MND and ran it on a borrowed PC.
It seemed to me a little too cute for university-level students, but I think
it might be wonderful for junior-high/high school students, or intro-level
college students just for fun, and to ease the anxiety of confronting THE
BARD. As a committed MacUser, I won't be able to avail myself of these disks,
should others become available, but I would recommend them to IBM users at
the secondary level certainly, and at the university level as a fun study-aid.
 
What's the story on the Oxford texts? Available for Mac? How much $$?
 
Hope this has been helpful. Cheers,
Naomi Liebler
 
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                        Additions welcome.
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                        inspired by Shakespeare's life and works.
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                        *Hamlet* with Mel Gibson.
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  Cacicedo, Al.  "Private Parts"  Preliminary notes for an essay on
    gender identity in Shakespeare.  (PRIVATE PARTS)
 
  Cook, Hardy M.  "Two *Lear*s for Television: An Exploration of
    Televisual Strategies."  *Literature/Film Quarterly*.  14 (1986):
    179-186.  Reprinted in Bulman and Coursen *Shakespeare and
    Television: An Anthology of Essays and Reviews*, 122-129.
    (TWOLEARS FOR_TV)
 
  ---.  "Jane Howell's BBC First Tetralogy:Theatrical and Televisual
    Manipulation."  *Literature/Film Quarterly*.  20 (1992): 326-331.
    (HOWELL BBC)
 
  ---.  "A Shakespearean in the Electronic Study."  A paper.
    submitted to the computing approaches seminar of the 1990 SAA
    conference in Philadelphia.  (ELECTRON STUDY)
 
  ---.  Review of Janet Adelman's *Suffocating Mothers: Fantasies of
    Maternal Origins in Shakespeare's Plays, HAMLET to THE TEMPEST*
    (New York and London: Routledge, 1992).  *Shakespeare Newsletter*
    (42.2, Summer 1992, 29-30).  (MOTHERS REVIEW)
 
  ---.  "Valuing the Material Text: A Plea for a Change in Policy Concerning
    Selection of Reference Texts for Future New Variorum Shakespeare Editions,
    with Examples from the 1609 Quarto of SHAKE-SPEARES SONNETS."  A paper
    submitted to the "Shakespeare's Sonnets: Mapping Uncertainty" seminar of
    the 1994 SAA conference in Albuquerque.  (MATERIAL TEXT)
 
  Evett, David.  "Remembering Death: Deathbed Scenes in Shakespeare's
    Plays and the Visual Tradition."  Seminar Paper for Shakespeare and
    the Graphic Arts.  1994 Annual Meeting of SAA.  (DEATHBED SCENES)
 
  Godshalk, William Leigh.  "*Twelfth Night*: All or Nothing?  What
    You Will, It's All One -- Or Is It?"  (12NIGHT ALLONOTH)
 
  Green, Douglas E.  "New-Minted Shakespeare: Old Currency in a New
    Classroom Economy."  1993 SAA seminar paper.  (CLASSRM ECONOMY)
 
  Horton, Thomas B.  (Thesis Abstract)  A stylometric analysis of
    Shakespeare and Fletcher.  (STYLOMET FLETCHER)
 
  Lancashire, Ian.  "The Public Domain Shakespeare."  Paper presented
    at 1992 MLA Session on Electronic Archives.  (LANCSHIR PD_SHAKE)
 
  Lakowski, Ramuald I.  "The Misogyny of Richard III in More's
    History of King Richard III and Shakespeare's King Richard
    the Third."  (MORESHAK RICHARD3)
 
  Lamonico, Michael.  "Teaching Shakespeare with a Computer" and "Seek
    Me Out By Computation."  (COMPUTER TEACHING)
 
  Loughlin, Thomas W.  "Shakespeare by Mail: An Experience in Distance
    Learning Using Electronic Mail."  (LEARNING BY_EMAIL)
 
  McKenzie, Stanley D.  "The Prudence and Kinship of Prince Hal
     and John of Lancaster in 2 Henry IV."  (PRUDENCE KINSHIP)
 
  Matsuba, Stephen.  "`The Cunning Pattern of Excelling Nature':
    Literary Computing and Shakespeare's Sonnets."  A paper presented
    at the ALLC/ICCH conference, "The Dynamic Text," Toronto Canada,
    June 1989.  (COMPUTER SONNETS)
 
  Oliveira, Marta.  "Shakespeare's Sonnet LXXIII and Love."
    (SONNET73 AND_LOVE)
 
  Schneider, Ben Ross.  "Granville's Jew of Venice (1701): A Close Reading
    of Shakespeare's Merchant."  (GRANVILL JEW_OF_V)
 
  Shand, G.B. Skip.  "Queen of the First Quarto."
     Performance-oriented study of the Queen in the first Quarto
     *Hamlet*.  Abstract: SHAND    ABSTRACT SHAKSPER
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  Steele, Kenneth B.  "Vowing, Swearing, and Superpraising of Parts:
    Petrarch and Pyramus in the Woods of Athens."  Paper delivered at
    the 14th Annual Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Conference,
    Villanova, Pennsylvania, September 1989.  (PETRARCH PYRAMUS)
 
  ---.  "`This Falls Out Better Than I Could Devise': Play-bound
    Playwrights and the Nature of Shakespearean Comedy."  An expanded
    version of a paper contributed to the ludic elements seminar at
    the 1990 SAA Conference in Philadelphia.  (SURROGAT PLAYWRIT)
 
  ---.  "'Leaden Contemplation': Ambiguous Evidence
     of Revision in Q1 Love's Labour's Lost."   Textual study of
     passages of duplication in Q1 LLL.
                Abstract: STEELE  ABSTRACT  SHAKSPER
                Paper:    LLL-Q1  REVISION  SHAKSPER
 
  ---.  "`The Letter was not Nice but Full of Charge':
    Towards an Electronic Facsimile of Shakespeare."  A paper presented
    at the ALLC/ICCH conference, "The Dynamic Text," Toronto Canada,
    June 1989.  (DYNAMIC SHAKSPER)
 
  ---.  "`Look What Thy Memory Cannot Contain': The Shakespeare
    Electronic Text Archive."  _Shakespeare Bulletin_ 7:5 (September/
    October 1989): 25-8.  (WCRUNCHR SHAKSPER)
 
  Strickland, Ron.  "Teaching Shakespeare Against the Grain."  A shorter
    version appeared in *Teaching Shakespeare Today: Practical Approaches
    and Productive Strategies*.  Eds. James Davis and Ronald Salomone.
    Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 1993.
    (AGAINST THEGRAIN)
 
  Urkowitz, Stephen.  "'Do me the kindnes to looke vpon this' and
    'Heere, read, read': An Invitation to the Pleasures of Textual/
    Sexual Di(Per)versity."  Paper presented to the 1991 SAA
    in Vancouver.  (URKOWITZ RJ-MWW)
 
  Waller, Gary.  "Teaching the Late Plays as Family Romance."
     (FAMILY ROMANCE)
 
 
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LISTSERV@utoronto, reading "GET <filename> <filetype> SHAKSPER".
 
For an updated version of this list, send the command "GET SHAKSPER FILES
SHAKSPER" in the same fashion.
 
For further information, consult the appropriate section of your SHAKSPER
GUIDE, or contact the editor, <
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<SHAKSPER@utoronto.bitnet>.
 

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