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Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0610.  Monday, 12 August 1996.

From:           Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:           Monday, August 12, 1996
Subject:        Administravia

Milla Riggio has asked me to remind members of the SHAKSPER MEMBERS file.
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  Information Files, Especially for New Members:
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  LISTSERV COMMANDS   A list of the most common commands for using
                        LISTSERV.
  SHAKSPER MEMBERS    Current list of all SHAKSPER members and their
                        electronic addresses.
  SHAKSPER FILES      A descriptive listing of the SHAKSPER Fileserver's
                        contents (this file).
  SHAKSPER ANNOUNCE   An introduction to the SHAKSPER Conference,
                        and instructions on becoming a member.
                        [This file is available for redistribution.]

  Reference Files:
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  DIRECTRY INSTITUT   A directory of Shakespearean institutes,
                        organizations, journals, and libraries.
                        Additions welcome.
  RIVERSID ERRORS     A listing of errors in the Electronic Text
                        Corporation WordCruncher Riverside Shakespeare
                        compiled by Ken Steele.  Additions welcome.
  SPINOFF  BIBLIO     A bibliography of poems, novels, plays, and films
                        inspired by Shakespeare's life and works.Begun by
                        Lawrence Schimel; updated by Hardy Cook.
                        Additions welcome.
  CHARACTR BIBLIO     A bibliography of works in which Shakespeare
                        figures as a character.  Begun by Lawrence
                        Schimel; updated by Hardy Cook.  Additions welcome.
  MONSTERP SPINOFF    A Sesame Street "Monsterpiece Theatre" version of
                        *Hamlet* with Mel Gibson.
  ETHICAL TREATISS    A List of Pre-eminent Ethical Treatises of the 16th
                        Century in conjectural order of importance.  Compiled
                        by Ben Schneider, Lawrence University, August 1994.

  Scholarly Papers:
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  Amit, Florence.  "Shakespeare's Hebrew" (SHAKS HEBREW)

  Bains, Yashdip.  "Loose Ends and Inconsistencies in the First Quarto of
    Shakespeare's Hamlet?"  *Hamlet Studies*  18 (1996): 94-104.  (LOOSE ENDS)

  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)

  ---.  "Reformatting *Hamlet*: Creating a Q1 *Hamlet* for Television."  A
    paper submitted to the "Reformatting the Bard" seminar of the 1996 Sixth
    World Shakespeare Congress in Los Angeles.  (REFORMAT HAMLET)

  Culwell, Lori M.  "The Role of the Clown in Shakespeare's Theatre" (ROLE
    CLOWN)

  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)

  Hill, Harry.  "The Mixture of 'High' and 'Low' Culture in Hamlet I,i:
    A Close Reading."  This paper was delivered at Popular Culture
    Association Meeting in Syracuse, NY, on November 2nd 1995.
    (HIGH_LOW CULTURE)

  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)

  Leslie, Robert W. "Shakespeare's Italian Dream: Cinquecento Sources for
    *A Midsummer Night's Dream*."  (ITALIAN DREAM)

  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)

  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
                Paper:    HAMLETQ1 QUEEN    SHAKSPER

  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)


  Reviews and Performance Criticism:
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  Horton, G. L.  "Review of the American Repertory Theatre's *Tempest*"
     for *AisleSay*. (AM_REP.TEMPEST)

  Kamen, Jack M.  Review of John Gross's *Shylock* (SHYLOCK REVIEW)


  Public Domain Shakespeare Files:
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  SONNETS  1609Q      A transcription of the 1609 Quarto of Shakespeare's
                        *Sonnets*, contributed to the public domain by
                        Hardy M. Cook.  Untagged Version.
  SONNETS  TAG1609Q   A fully tagged text of the 1609 Quarto of
                        Shakespeare's *Sonnets*, contributed to the public
                        domain by Hardy M. Cook.  Tagged Version.
  HENRY8   FOLIO1     A thoroughly tagged text of the 1623 First Folio
                        text of Shakespeare's *Henry VIII*, contributed
                        to the public domain by Thomas B. Horton.
  CORNMARK ERRORS     Text of Thomas Hull's (1728-1808) adaptation of
                        Shakespeare's *Comedy of Errors* entered from
                        Cornmarket Press's 1971 facsimile, contributed
                        to the public domain by Thomas B. Horton.
  CIBBER   R3         Text of Colly Cibber's *Richard III* transcribed by
                        Thomas Dale Keever.

  FUNERAL  ELEGY      W[illiam] S[hakespeare], "A Funeral Elegy for Master
                        William Peter," (London: G.Eld for T.Thorpe, 1612).
                        Normalized text, ed. Donald Foster.

  FORD ELEGIES        Ford, John.  "Fame's Memorial," "John Ford in
                        commendation of his very good friend the Author,"
                        "On the Best of English Poets, Ben Jonson," and "A
                        memorial offered to that man of virtue, Sir Thomas
                        Overbury."  Transcribed by Patrick Gillespie.


  Scripts and Transcriptions:
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  WIVES SCRIPT        An adaptation of *Merry Wives of Windsor* by David
                        Richman, prepared for the ARTSREACH program of
                        the University of New Hampshire's Department of
                        Theatre and Dance.

  DOCTOR DODYPOLL     A transcription of *The Wisdome of Dr. Dodypoll*
                        made by Patrick Gillespie.


  "Shakespeare and the Languages of of Performance" Electronic Workbook:
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  These files contains an Electronic Workbook record of the work of
  "Shakespeare and the Languages of Performance" -- an NEH Seminar that
  met at the Folger Shakespeare Library from September 1992 through
  May 1993.

  PERFORM1 SEMINAR      The first part of the Seminar Workbook
  PERFORM2 SEMINAR      The second part of the Seminar Workbook
  PERFORM3 SEMINAR      The third part of the Seminar Workbook
  PERFORM4 SEMINAR      The fourth part of the Seminar Workbook
  PERFORM5 SEMINAR      The fifth part of the Seminar Workbook
  PERFORM6 SEMINAR      The sixth part of the Seminar Workbook
  PERFORM7 SEMINAR      The seventh part of the Seminar Workbook
  PERFORM8 SEMINAR      The eighth part of the Seminar Workbook


  *Cahiers Elisabethains*:
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  CAHIERS  INDEX      Subject Index to the first twenty years of *Cahiers
                        Elisabethains*, volumes 1 to 40 (1972-1991).  The
                        index was compiled by Angela R. Maguin and
                        prepared for electronic distribution on SHAKSPER
                        by Luc Borot.


  Indexes of Previous Discussions:
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  DISCUSS  INDEX_1    An index to the first year's discussions on SHAKSPER.
  DISCUSS  INDEX_2    An index to the second year's discussions on SHAKSPER.
  DISCUSS  INDEX_3    An index to the third year's discussions on SHAKSPER.
  DISCUSS  INDEX_4    An index to the fourth year's discussions on SHAKSPER.
  DISCUSS  INDEX_5    An index to the fifth year's discussions on SHAKSPER.
  DISCUSS  INDEX_6    An index to the sixth year's discussions on SHAKSPER.
  DISCUSS  INDEX_7    An index to the seventh year's discussions on SHAKSPER.


  Member  File(s) and Retrieval Program:
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  SHAKSPER BIOGRAFY   The first file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-00 BIOGRAFY   The second file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-01 BIOGRAFY   The third file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-02 BIOGRAFY   The fourth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-03 BIOGRAFY   The fifth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-04 BIOGRAFY   The sixth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-05 BIOGRAFY   The seventh file of SHAKSPER member bigraphies.
  SHAKS-06 BIOGRAFY   The eight file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-07 BIOGRAFY   The ninth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-08 BIOGRAFY   The tenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-09 BIOGRAFY   The eleventh file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-10 BIOGRAFY   The twelfth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-11 BIOGRAFY   The thirteenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-12 BIOGRAFY   The fourteenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-13 BIOGRAFY   The fifteenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-14 BIOGRAFY   The sixteenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-15 BIOGRAFY   The seventeenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-16 BIOGRAFY   The eighteenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-17 BIOGRAFY   The nineteenth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-18 BIOGRAFY   The twentieth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-19 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-first file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-20 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-second file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-21 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-third file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-22 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-fourth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-23 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-fifth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-24 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-sixth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-25 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-seventh file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-26 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-eighth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-27 BIOGRAFY   The twenty-ninth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-28 BIOGRAFY   The thirtieth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-29 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-first file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-30 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-second file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-31 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-third file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-32 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-fourth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-33 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-fifth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-34 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-sixth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-35 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-seventh file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-36 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-eighth file of SHAKSPER member biographies.
  SHAKS-37 BIOGRAFY   The thirty-ninth volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-38 BIOGRAFY   The fortieth  volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-39 BIOGRAFY   The forty-first volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-40 BIOGRAFY   The forty-second volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-41 BIOGRAFY   The forty-third volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-42 BIOGRAFY   The forty-fourth volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-43 BIOGRAFY   The forty-fifth volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-44 BIOGRAFY   The forty-sixth volume of SHAKSPER biographies.
  SHAKS-45 BIOGRAFY   The forty-seventh volume -- in progress.

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