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*EMLS* 1.2: Now Available
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0675. Thursday, 7 September 1995.
 
From:           R. G. Siemens, Editor, EMLS <
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Date:           Thursday, 7 Sep 1995 09:47:16 -0700
Subject:        EMLS 1.2 Now Available!
 
September 1, 1995.
[This message will be cross-posted; please excuse duplication]
 
EMLS 1.2 Now Available!
 
We are pleased to announce the release of _Early Modern Literary
Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English
Literature_, Volume 1, Number 2 (August 1995).
 
The journal is available now on the WWW via our home page, at
 
   http://unixg.ubc.ca:7001/0/e-sources/emls/emlshome.html
 
An ASCII text version of _EMLS_ is also available to our electronic
mail subscribers and those readers using GOPHER. _EMLS_ 1.2 will be
available soon via GOPHER at
 
   edziza.arts.ubc.ca    /english/EMLS
 
To subscribe to the version of _EMLS_ that is distributed through
electronic mail, please send a message including your name,
affiliation, and electronic mail address to

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CONTENTS of _EMLS_ Volume 1, Number 2 (August 1995):
 
     Front Matter:
          - Publishing Information, Journal Availability, Contact
          Addresses.
          - Editorial Group.
          - Submission Information.
 
     Foreword:
          - A Brief Look Backward and Forward from _EMLS'_ Second
          Issue. [1].
               Raymond G. Siemens, University of British Columbia.
 
     Articles:
          - Article Abstracts / R&eacute;sum&eacute;s des Articles.
          - The Texts of _Troilus and Cressida_. [2].
               W.L. Godshalk, University of Cincinnati.
          - 'Not Onely a Pastour, but a Lawyer also': George Herbert's
          Vision of Stuart Magistracy. [3].
               Jeffrey Powers-Beck, East Tennessee State University.
          - From Book to Screen: A Window on Renaissance Electronic
          Texts. [4].
               Michael Best, University of Victoria, BC.
 
     Note:
          - Affliction and Flight in Herbert's Poetry: A Note. [5].
               P.G. Stanwood, University of British Columbia.
 
     Bibliography:
          - A Bibliography of Thomas More's _Utopia_. [6].
               Romuald Ian Lakowski.
 
     Reviews:
          - Vaughan Hart.  _Art and Magic in the Court of the
          Stuarts._  London and New York: Routledge, 1994. [7].
               Graham Parry, University of York.
          - Stevie Davies.  _Henry Vaughan_.  Wales: Seren, Poetry
          Wales Press, 1995. [8].
               Jeffrey Powers-Beck, East Tennessee State University.
          - Alvin Snider.  _Origin and Authority in
          Seventeenth-Century England: Bacon, Milton, Butler_.
          Toronto: Toronto UP,  1994. [9].
               Philip Edward Phillips, Vanderbilt University.
          - Katharine Eisman Maus.  _Inwardness and Theater in the
          English Renaissance_.  Chicago: Chicago UP, 1995. [10].
               Robert Appelbaum, University of California, Berkeley.
          - A.W. Johnson.  _Ben Jonson: Poetry and Architecture_.
          Oxford: Oxford UP, 1994. [11].
               Robert C. Evans, Auburn University at Montgomery.
          - Electronic Texts, File Formats, and Copyright: The
          _Christian Classics Ethereal Library_. [12].
               Perry Willett, Indiana University.
          - Reviewing Information, Books Received for Review, and
          Forthcoming Reviews.
 
     Professional Notes:
          - The Bibliography and First-Line Index of English Verse,
          1559-1603. [13].
               Steven W. May, Georgetown College.
          - _The Shepheardes Calender_ Hypermedia Edition. [14].
               John Tolva, Washington University.
 
     Readers' Forum:
          Responses to articles, reviews, and notes appearing in this
          issue that are intended for the Readers' Forum may be sent
          to the Editor at 
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Raymond G. Siemens <
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