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Qs: Fiennes *Ham*; *MM*; Request from Poland
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0170.  Monday, 6 March 1995.
 
(1)     From:   Mary M Kramm <
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        Date:   Sunday, 5 Mar 1995 10:56:09 -0600 (CST)
        Subj:   Re: Ralph Fiennes in _Hamlet_
 
(2)     From:   Warner Crocker <
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        Date:   Sunday, 5 Mar 1995 19:46:17 -0800
        Subj:   Measure for Measure
 
(3)     From:   Jaroslaw Chudziak <
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        Date:   Saturday, 4 Mar 1995 15:59:00 +0100
        Subj:   Request....
 
 
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From:           Mary M Kramm <
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Date:           Sunday, 5 Mar 1995 10:56:09 -0600 (CST)
Subject:        Re: Ralph Fiennes in _Hamlet_
 
Does anyone know the American itinerary of the _Hamlet_ tour starring Ralph
Fiennes? The show opens at the Belasco Theatre in NYC in mid-April, I
understand, but where it goes after that I don't know.
 
Thanks.
 
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From:           Warner Crocker <
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Date:           Sunday, 5 Mar 1995 19:46:17 -0800
Subject:        Measure for Measure
 
I am a professional director currently guest directing Measure for Measure at
the University of Illinois-Chicago. For this production we are deciding that
Isabella does not accept the Duke's offer to discuss marriage. As for this
famou s does she or doesn't she debate, I am most curious to know what folks
feel. It certainly is a hot topic here and I would appreciate any opinions that
this quer y generates.
 
Thanks,
Warner Crocker

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Date:           Saturday, 4 Mar 1995 15:59:00 +0100
Subject:        Request....
 
[Please reply directly to 
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Dear Dr. Cook,
 
I am currently a student at the English Department at the University of Warsaw
and am writing my M.A. dissertation on the cabinet of wonders. The title of my
work is "The strange, the exotic and the other on display in Renaissance
England". Although the title includes the words "on display", I would not like
to restrict the scope of my work to the theatre, as I will also be writing
about prose. Shakespeare is not the only playwright of interest to me, since I
will also be writing about Ben Jonson's "Bartholemew Fair". The problem,
however, is that I am having problems with finding some of the necessary
materials. I am aware of the fact that this is not exactly related to
Shakespeare, but perhaps you will know where to find
 
Taylor, A.M. (1957): Sights and Monsters and Gulliver's "Voyage to
Brobdingnag", Tulane Studies in English, p.28-82
 
or
 
Bhabha, Homi: The other Question, Screen 24 (1983) No 6, p.18-38
 
because so far I haven't been able to find any of these, even on the Internet.
If you could also recommend any materials on Caliban or on "The Tempest" and
the discourse of colonialism or any other materials related to my topic, I
would be extremely grateful. Any other advice will also prove very useful. I
will be waiting for an answer, because I am pressed for time and you are
probably the last hope I have. If you are not able to help me, could you please
suggest the names of any other University professors worldwide who could help
me on this topic. I am hoping for an answer and am truly grateful for any help.
 
Sincerely yours,
Joanna Gorajewska.
 

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