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Fahrenheit's *Macbeth*; EMLS 1.3 (December 1995)
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0074.  Friday, 26 January 1996.

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        Date:   Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 09:45:45 -0500 (EST)
        Subj:   Fahrenheit's *Macbeth*

(2)     From:   R. G. Siemens <
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        Date:   Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 19:16:17 -0800
        Subj:   EMLS 1.3 (December 1995) Available


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From:           W. L. Godshalk <
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Date:           Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 09:45:45 -0500 (EST)
Subject:        Fahrenheit's *Macbeth*

Last Wednesday evening, I was privileged to be the fly on the wall at the first
run-through of Fahrenheit Theatre Company's *Macbeth.*  I was impressed by the
intelligence and vigor of the production, its subtle insights and the
director's interesting choices.  Khristopher Lewin's Macbeth makes very neat
connections with Richard III, and Marni Penning is excellent as both the
seductive and the mad Lady Macbeth. Jasson Minadakis is the director. (I'll
tell you more after the show opens.)

The production opens at the Aronoff Center in Cincinnati on January 26 and runs
until February 11.  I'm going to see it more than once, and if you live close
enough to Cincinnati to drive in for the show, don't miss this one. It's a
winner.  Call 513-241-SHOW for reservations.

Yours, Bill Godshalk

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Date:           Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 19:16:17 -0800
Subject:        EMLS 1.3 (December 1995) Available

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EMLS 1.3 (December 1995) is Now Available.

The journal is available now on the WWW via our home page, at

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An ASCII text version of EMLS 1.3 will be made available to our electronic mail
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CONTENTS of EMLS 1.3

    Front Matter:
          - Publishing Information, Journal Availability,
          Contact Addresses.
          - Editorial Group.
          - Submission Information.

    Foreword:
          - Evolution and Growth in On-line Resources for
          Early Modern Literary Studies. [1].
               Raymond G. Siemens, University of British
               Columbia.

    Articles:
          - Article Abstracts / R&eacute;sum&eacute;s des
          Articles.

          - Marking his Place: Ben Jonson's Punctuation.[2].
               Sara van den Berg, University of Washington,
               Seattle.
          - Protocols of Reading: Milton and Biography. [3].
               J. Michael Vinovich, University of Toronto.
          - Shifting Signs: Increase Mather and the Comets of
          1680 and 1682. [4].
               Andrew P. Williams, North Carolina Central
               University.

    Note:
          - Milton and the Sexy Seals: A Peephole into the
          Horton Years. [5].
               John K. Hale, University of Otago, NZ.

    Reviews:
          - John Donne.  _The Variorum Edition of the Poetry
          of John Donne, Vol 6: The Anniversaries and the
          Epicedes and Obsequies_.  Gen. Ed. Gary A.
          Stringer.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1995. [6].
               Claude J. Summers, University of Michigan,
               Dearborn.
          - Lauren Silberman.  _Forming Desire: Erotic
          Knowledge in Books III and IV of _The Faerie
          Queene.  Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: U of
          California P, 1995. [7].
               David Lindley, University of Leeds.
          - Jean H. Hagstrum.  _Esteem Enlivened by Desire:
          The Couple from Homer to Shakespeare._ Chicago: U
          of Chicago P, 1992. [8].
               Paul G. Stanwood, University of British
               Columbia.
          - Alan C. Dessen. _Recovering Shakespeare's
          Theatrical Vocabulary._ Cambridge: Cambridge UP,
          1995. [9].
               W.L. Godshalk, University of Cincinnati.
          - Kenneth J. Graham. _The Performance of
          Conviction: Plainness and Rhetoric in the Early
          English Renaissance._  Ithaca and London: Cornell
          UP, 1994. [10].
               Shannon Murray, University of Prince Edward
               Island.
          - Mindele Anne Treip.  _Allegorical Poetics and the
          Epic: The Renaissance Tradition to Paradise Lost._
          Lexington, Kentucky: UP of Kentucky, 1994. [11].
               C.D. Jago, University of British Columbia.
          - David Daniell.  _William Tyndale: A Biography_.
          New Haven: Yale UP, 1994. [12].
               Romuald I. Lakowski.
          - Timothy Raylor.  _Cavaliers, Clubs, and Literary
          Culture: Sir John Mennes, James Smith, and the
          Order of  the Fancy._  Newark: U of Delaware P,
          1994. [13].
               K.E. Patrick, Headington School, Oxford.
          - David L. Smith, Richard Strier, and David
          Bevington eds. _The Theatrical City: Culture, Theatre
          and Politics in London 1576-1649._  Cambridge UP,
          1995.
          - Lawrence Manley.  _Literature and Culture in Early
          Modern London._ Cambridge UP, 1995.  [14].
               Emma Smith, All Souls College, Oxford.

          - Reviewing Information, Books Received for
          Review, and Forthcoming Reviews.

    Readers' Forum:
          - Puritan Utopia in Herbert's Poetry: A Response to
          P.G. Stanwood's Affliction and Flight in Herbert's
          Poetry. [15].
               Paul Moon, Auckland Institute of Technology.
          - 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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