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Announcments: Malone Society; Lit List Interviews
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 5, No. 0291.  Thursday, 31 March 1994.
 
(1)     From:   Thomas Berger <TBER@SLUMUS>
        Date:   Wednesday, 30 Mar 94 14:14:09 EST
        Subj:   malone society
 
(2)     From:   J. Scott Kemp <
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        Date:   Wednesday, Mar 30 21:23:32 1994
        Subj:   Lit List Interview
 
 
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From:           Thomas Berger <TBER@SLUMUS>
Date:           Wednesday, 30 Mar 94 14:14:09 EST
Subject:        malone society
 
The Malone Society seeks new members.
 
Founded in 1906, the Malone Society was named after Edmond Malone, editor of
the first variorum edition of Shakespeare.  The Society's first General Editor
was W. W. Greg.  Now under the general editorship of Dr. Roger Holdsworth, it
continues to publish editions of Renaissance plays from manuscript,
photographic facsimiles of printed plays of the period, and editions of
original documents related to the drama.  These volumes, all of which contain
material not readily available elsewhere, maintain the high standard of a
ccuracy for which the Society is renowned.  They are indispensable to serious
students of English drama.
 
SPECIAL "SHAKSPER" OFFER
As part of its ongoing membership drive, the Malone Society is offering
new members two special packages:
 
(1) 2-4-1 (two for one):  Enroll as a member for 1994, and the
membership will include the 1993 volume, COLLECTIONS XV ($27.00 U.S.,
$35.00 Canadian) (COLLECTIONS XV includes a reprint of one of Ralph
Crane's transcripts of Middleton's A GAME AT CHESS; a reprint of the
part of 'Poore' in an otherwise unknown Jacobean play acted at Christ
Chruch, Oxford; a collection of records from the archives of the Middle
Temple, relating to dramatic and musical entertainments, 1613-1643; and
a letter from Sir Henry Killigrew to the Earl of Leicester enclosing
proposals for a fireworks display for Queen Elizabeth.)
 
(2) 3-4-1.5 (three for one and one half):  Enroll as a member for 1994,
and the membership will include the 1993 volume, COLLECTIONS XV and the
1992 volume, TOM A LINCOLN ($45.00 U.S., $52.00 Canadian).  (TOM A
LINCOLN, edited by Richard Proudfoot from BL Add MS 61745, dates from
1611-16 and is of historical interest not only for its echoes of
Shakespeare but for its burlesque of the conventions of romantic
narrative and romantic drama.)
 
Members also receive positively silly discounts on back volumes, special
treatment at the Malone Society Dance, and the (incalculable) good will of Tom
Berger and Ted McGee.
 
Please send inquiries to:
     Thomas L. Berger            C. E. McGee
     Department of English       Department of English
     St. Lawrence University     Univ. of St. Jerome's College
     Canton, NY 13617            Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G3
     U.S.A.                      CANADA
 
Thanks,
Tom Berger (TBER@SLUMUS.BITNET)
 
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From:           J. Scott Kemp <
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Date:           Wednesday, Mar 30 21:23:32 1994
Subject:        Lit List Interview
 
Dear Colleagues,
 
Last call for any who would be interested in answering a "short" questionnaire
(6 questions) concerning the topic: "How Lit Lists are changing the way we
Discuss/Learn English/Literature"
 
Send request to 
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Attention: Last call!
 
Thanks so much to those who participated in this study.
 
Sincerely,
John Scott Kemp
Western Carolina University

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