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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.0524.  Saturday, 3 May 1997.

From:           Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:           Saturday, May 3, 1997
Subject:        LISTSERV Upgrade with Search Function

Dear SHAKSPEReans,

The long awaited upgrade of LISTSERV to 1.8c is complete.  It ports into
the UNIX version a search function that was included on the VMS version
we used when SHAKSPER was located at the University of Toronto.  This is
very good news, and the new function is also very easy to use.

Let me illustrate.  A few days ago, there was a question about flowers.
I remembered that during SHAKSPER's first year - 1990 - this very topic
was discussed, so I used will use "flowers" to demonstrate the procedure
for searching by keyword.

The basic procedure is this: send to 
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  the
command - SEARCH KEYWORD/KEYWORDS/PHRASE IN SHAKSPER.  In return, you
will receive a numbered listings of all "hits."  To order any item from
the list, send to 
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  the command - GETPOST
SHAKSPER NUMBER/NUMBERS of the items.

To help you decide what items to order with the GETPOST command, the
list returned to you after you search also contains a KWIC listing.  It
does not get much easier than this.

So to all who have inquired about how to find information by keyword and
all other member of SHAKSPER, happy SEARCHing.

Hardy

PS: Below is the file I received from the command GET FLOWERS IN
SHAKSPER.

-------------------------------------------------------------
> search flowers in shaksper
-> 39 matches.

Item #   Date   Time  Recs   Subject
------   ----   ----  ----   -------
000136 90/12/01 20:22  162   SHK 1.0132 Shakespearean Gardens /
Bibliography
000138 90/12/02 18:21   21   SHK 1.0134 Shakespearean Gardens
000210 91/02/23 13:35   43   SHK 2.0064 Query: Sidon's Flowers
000246 91/04/09 17:38  292   SHK 2.0100 SHAKSPER Discussion Index
000321 91/06/22 09:12   75   SHK 2.0175 Queries: Masques, Mourning
Rings, Hypercard Stacks
000420 91/10/30 22:50   21   SHK 2.0278 Agronomics: Long Purples, etc.
000523 92/03/04 13:28  279   SHK 3.0045 Public Domain files on SHAKSPER
000984 93/02/19 06:22  113   SHK 4.0094 Review: NTD *Hamlet* Adaptation
001167 93/05/04 22:52  199   SHK 4.0276 Assorted Reviews
001202 93/05/21 14:43  210   SHK 4.0309 Rs: SHAKSPER's Uses
001310 93/07/12 11:50  102   SHK 4.0422 "The Three-Minute HAMLET"
001921 94/01/21 09:55  127   SHK 5.0052 Re: Ale and Beer (Especially
Falstaff's)
001961 94/02/05 21:17   65   SHK 5.0092 Re: Herbs
002147 94/03/28 11:09  107   SHK 5.0278 Sidney *Lear*; Ophelia's
Contraceptive; Shakespeare & Film
002330 94/05/27 08:58   94   SHK 5.0463 Re: The Nature of Discussion
Groups
002333 94/05/27 09:18  105   SHK 5.0465 Re: Memorizing; Adriana's
Speech; Late Romances
002378 94/06/08 10:07   94   SHK 5.0511 Re: Bottom, Titania, Oberon. et
al.
002393 94/06/11 15:14  338   SHK 5.0526 Authorship
002454 94/07/01 09:48  127   SHK 5.0586 Re: Jachimo; Character; Query
re: New Edition
002461 94/07/05 12:17  136   SHK 5.0592 Re: Life and Art, Character, and
Similarities
002575 94/08/31 15:52   87   SHK 5.0705 Qs: *Err.* Research; Hamlet
Trial; Holme Citations
002578 94/09/03 10:38   82   SHK 5.0710 Re: Copulatives (Shr.);
Gillyflowers; Hamlet Trial
003120 95/03/16 10:55  208   SHK 6.0217 *Hamlet* Questions
003604 95/09/20 15:03  157   SHK 6.0702 Re: *Winter's Tale*; Tennyson
003964 96/02/20 08:54  144   SHK 7.0129 Re: Hamlet, Ophelia, and
Character
004026 96/03/10 08:09  188   SHK 7.0190 Re: Funeral Elegy
004130 96/04/18 15:21  117   SHK 7.0294 Re: MND (Alienation and
Chastity)
004135 96/04/19 08:38  147   SHK 7.0298 Re: SHK 7.0294 Re: MND
(Alienation and Chastity)
004641 96/11/20 06:53  103   SHK 7.0859 Re: Hymen
004707 96/12/09 09:39  130   SHK 7.0925 Re: Recent Shakespeare FIlms
004853 97/01/21 09:35   68   SHK 8.0090 Re: Productions: 12th Night
004887 97/01/26 17:13  117   SHK 8.0123 Re: WT Productions and
Intermissions
004928 97/02/03 10:11  107   SHK 8.0164 Re: Branagh's Hamlet; Iago;
Helsingborg
005020 97/02/21 13:19   78   SHK 8.0250 DC's Shakespeare Theatre's AYL
and a Question
005105 97/03/10 13:50  137   SHK 8.0335 Re: Polonius' Precepts
005274 97/04/28 10:07   53   SHK 8.0502 Re: Subtext; Caliban
005278 97/04/29 09:58  135   SHK 8.0507 Re: Elizabethan Stage;
Afterlife; Plain Dealers; Sir Thomas More
005286 97/05/01 09:59  135   SHK 8.0515 Qs: Flowers; Shr.; poor/pure;
Riverside
005289 97/05/02 09:14   71   SHK 8.0518 Re: Riverside; Flowers; Welsh

To order a copy of these postings, send the following command:

GETPOST SHAKSPER 136 138 210 246 321 420 523 984 1167 1202 1310 1921
1961
2147 2330 2333 2378 2393 2454 2461 2575 2578 3120 3604 3964 4026 4130
4135
4641 4707 4853 4887 4928 5020 5105 5274 5278 5286 5289

>>> Item #136 (1 Dec 1990 20:22) - SHK 1.0132 Shakespearean Gardens / Bibliography
since Shakespeare's names for them may not still be in use or may refer
to a
variety or family of plants.  The Putnam book (FLOWERS AND TREES OF
TUDOR
                                               ^^^^^^^
ENGLAND) has been helpful to me in this area since it shows labelled
***************
areas which do not readily grow together.   Here in the Bay Area, I have
been
very successful with some of the flowers from bulbs (with the notable
                                 ^^^^^^^
exception of the Crown Imperial which refuses to grow for me), fruit
trees,
***************

** Crane, Walter FLOWERS FROM SHAKESPEARE'S GARDEN / A POSY FROM THE
                 ^^^^^^^
PLAYS (1980: Studio Vista, a division of Cassell Ltd., Great Britain)
***************

** de Bray, Lys FANTASTIC GARLANDS / AN ANTHOLOGY OF FLOWERS AND PLANTS
FROM
                                                     ^^^^^^^
SHAKESPEARE (1982: Blandford Press, Poole, Dorset)
***************

** Hunt, Doris THE FLOWERS OF SHAKESPEARE (1980: Webb & Bower, Exeter,
                   ^^^^^^^
England) Forward by Flora Robson
***************

** Kerr, Jessica SHAKESPEARE'S FLOWERS (1969: Thomas Y. Crowell Company,
                               ^^^^^^^
New York) Illustrated by Anne Ophelia Dowden
***************

** Putnam, Clare FLOWERS AND TREES OF TUDOR ENGLAND (1972: New York
                 ^^^^^^^
Graphic Society Ltd., Greenwich, Connecticut) Introduction by W.O.
Hassall

** Rendall, Vernon WILD FLOWERS IN LITERATURE (1934: The Scholartis
                        ^^^^^^^
Press, London)

** Rhode, Eleanour Sinclair SHAKESPEARE'S WILD FLOWERS / FAIRY LORE,
                                               ^^^^^^^
GARDENS, HERBS, GATHERERS OF SIMPLES AND BEE LORE (1935: The Medici
***************
** Warner, James A. and Margaret J. White, Photographers,
SHAKESPEARE'S FLOWERS (1987: Middle Atlantic Press, Wilmington,
Delaware)
              ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #138 (2 Dec 1990 18:21) - SHK 1.0134 Shakespearean Gardens
things Shakespeare must have smiled at.  Hey, for a dirty old town,
we do our flowers proud.
          ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #210 (23 Feb 1991 13:35) - SHK 2.0064 Query: Sidon's Flowers
From:         Ken Steele <
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Subject: Query: Sidon's Flowers
Comment:      SHK 2.0064  Query: Sidon's Flowers
                                         ^^^^^^^

***************
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Subject: Sidon's flowers
                 ^^^^^^^

***************
Prefigured in my ghost, drawn in my mind,
I think of Sidon's flowers that grow apace
                   ^^^^^^^
And favour thee by quality and kind.
***************

381. Sidon's flowers] ADAMS compares *Ciceronis Amor*, p. 123: "the
             ^^^^^^^
flowers in *Sydon* as they are pretious in the sight so they are
^^^^^^^
pestilent in savour." In another context, Greene later refers to
withered lilies as "faire and unsavourie"(165), and in *Greene's
Vision* (1592?) he speaks of "flowers of *Egipt* [which] please the
                              ^^^^^^^
eye, but infect the stomack"(12.203). LARSON considers the trope to
***************
fair without" (*T&C* 5.8.1). But if anyone out there has ever heard it
located in flowers in Sidon, I'd love to hear about it. Thanks.
           ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #246 (9 Apr 1991 17:38) - SHK 2.0100 SHAKSPER Discussion Index
  SHK 2.0063  Authorial Revision
  SHK 2.0064  Query: Sidon's Flowers
                             ^^^^^^^
  SHK 2.0065  Query: "His very name shall bruise us"?

>>> Item #321 (22 Jun 1991 09:12) - SHK 2.0175 Queries: Masques, Mourning Rings, Hypercard Stacks
I am especially interested in Jonson's, and in particular, "Oberon".
I believe the "Masque of Flowers" was performed at KALAMAZOO sometime
                         ^^^^^^^
back there.  Productions either in U.S. or elsewhere, or information

>>> Item #420 (30 Oct 1991 22:50) - SHK 2.0278 Agronomics: Long Purples, etc.
     My University's garden club is undertaking a Shakespearean
     Garden, hoping to grow a variety of plants and flowers
                                                    ^^^^^^^
     mentioned in the plays.

>>> Item #523 (4 Mar 1992 13:28) - SHK 3.0045 Public Domain files on SHAKSPER
<L 12>    Nor it nor noe remembrance what it was.
<L 13>      But flowers distil'd though they with winter meete,
                ^^^^^^^
<L 14>      Leese but their show,their substance still liues sweet.

>>> Item #984 (19 Feb 1993 06:22) - SHK 4.0094 Review: NTD *Hamlet* Adaptation
with her at all the tragic events; yet we were also introduced to
the  poetic world of Ophelia, in which flowers talked with and
                                       ^^^^^^^
consoled her, the river cradled her to nurturing comfort, and

>>> Item #1167 (4 May 1993 22:52) - SHK 4.0276 Assorted Reviews

Latter, in her mad scene, Ophelia picks her flowers from the
                                            ^^^^^^^
graveyard.

>>> Item #1202 (21 May 1993 14:43) - SHK 4.0309 Rs: SHAKSPER's Uses
Sometimes for getting mail, sometimes for sending mail, sometimes for
hiding
things in, sometimes for holding flowers, and sometimes as a target for
                                 ^^^^^^^
frustrations.  Sometimes as a comforting symbol that I'm not alone in
the

>>> Item #1310 (12 Jul 1993 11:50) - SHK 4.0422 "The Three-Minute HAMLET"
And Ophelia with her dad killed by the man she was to marry,
After saying it with flowers, she committed hari-kari.
                     ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #1921 (21 Jan 1994 09:55) - SHK 5.0052 Re: Ale and Beer (Especially Falstaff's)
The other crucial connection between Shakespeare and beer is the
posthumous
patronage of Flowers' brewery of Stratford, which funded the building of
the
             ^^^^^^^
original Shakespeare Memorial Theatre and remains a patron of the RSC.
Flowers'

^^^^^^^
bitter is now distributed nationally by one of the big conglomerates --
I think
***************
Holderness and Bryan Loughrey's piece 'Shakespearean Features' (which
reproduces both the Flowers' trademark and the version of the Chandos
portrait
                    ^^^^^^^
used on Tesco dry sherry bottles -- at least Tesco know their sack!),
published

>>> Item #1961 (5 Feb 1994 21:17) - SHK 5.0092 Re: Herbs
Shakespeare, let me suggest Eleanour Sinclair Rohde's "Shakespeare's
Wild
Flowers, Fairy Lore, Gardens, Herbs, Gatherers of Simples and Bee Lore",
^^^^^^^
published by the Medici Society in 1935.  Compared to the plays of
Shakespeare

>>> Item #2147 (28 Mar 1994 11:09) - SHK 5.0278 Sidney *Lear*; Ophelia's Contraceptive; Shakespeare & Film
The March 8, 1994 "Science Times" section of the NYT contained an
article
entitle, "In Ancient Times, Flowers and Fennel for Family Planning." It
was
                            ^^^^^^^
based in turn on an article by John M. Riddle, a historian at North
Carolina
***************
        prompted by more than just heartbreak.  Rue is the only one of
the
        flowers Ophelia keeps for herself.  The rue the Queen must wear
with a
        ^^^^^^^
        difference, perhaps referring to its action as a contraceptive,

>>> Item #2330 (27 May 1994 08:58) - SHK 5.0463 Re: The Nature of Discussion Groups
Beowulf-dragon hoard that can only be diminished rather than a garden
where new
flowers and cantaloupes are coming up all the time.  The debate over the
flow
^^^^^^^
of hurley-Burleigh gossip seems to be structured this way.  (Psssst!
Here's a

>>> Item #2333 (27 May 1994 09:18) - SHK 5.0465 Re: Memorizing; Adriana's Speech; Late Romances
not very much in relation to Shakespeare.  One source you will want to
look at
because it does include Shakespeare is Betty Flowers and Lynda Boose,
*Fathers
                                             ^^^^^^^
and Daughters* (Johns Hopkins UP 1989).

>>> Item #2378 (8 Jun 1994 10:07) - SHK 5.0511 Re: Bottom, Titania, Oberon. et al.
the comment: "The monstrous ass is being raped by the poetic Titania,
while she
still keeps chattering about flowers."
                             ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #2393 (11 Jun 1994 15:14) - SHK 5.0526 Authorship

 PARIS:            Sweet flower, with flowers thy bridal bed I strew,--
                                      ^^^^^^^
                        O woe!  thy canopy is dust and stones;--

>>> Item #2454 (1 Jul 1994 09:48) - SHK 5.0586 Re: Jachimo; Character; Query re: New Edition
ignorance of parts of the second.  I have no problem with either.  Let a
hundred flowers bloom!
        ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #2461 (5 Jul 1994 12:17) - SHK 5.0592 Re: Life and Art, Character, and Similarities
would not pass muster in the face of a rigorous postmodern
interrogation.
Letting a hundred flowers bloom is fine, if you own the nursery, but I
think in
                  ^^^^^^^
these complicated times you'll need a little more than the first chapter
of

>>> Item #2575 (31 Aug 1994 15:52) - SHK 5.0705 Qs: *Err.* Research; Hamlet Trial; Holme Citations
something for everyone. In the Second Book (paginated independently), I
found a
section on gilliflowers (Shakespeare's "Gilly-vors," WINTER'S TALE
4.4.82).
                ^^^^^^^
Holme records two rather suggestive names for "Gilliflowers mixed with
red and
                                                    ^^^^^^^
white": "The painted Lady" and "Crown of Bohemia" (p 64, H4v).
***************
In THE WINTER'S TALE, Polixenes, who normally wears the crown of
Bohemia,
argues that Perdita should cultivate the flowers. She responds: "Ile not
                                         ^^^^^^^
put/The Dible in earth, to set one slip of them:/No more then were I
painted, I

>>> Item #2578 (3 Sep 1994 10:38) - SHK 5.0710 Re: Copulatives (Shr.); Gillyflowers; Hamlet Trial
From:         "Hardy M. Cook" <
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Subject: Re: Copulatives (Shr.); Gillyflowers; Hamlet
Comment:      SHK 5.0710  Re: Copulatives (Shr.); Gillyflowers; Hamlet
Trial
                                                       ^^^^^^^

***************
        Date:   Thursday, 1 Sep 1994 16:57:50 -0400
        Subj:   Gillyflowers
                     ^^^^^^^

***************
Date:           Thursday, 1 Sep 1994 16:57:50 -0400
Subject:        Gillyflowers
                     ^^^^^^^

Bill Godshalk was wondering about Shakespeare and Gillyflowers.  You may
want
                                                       ^^^^^^^
to have a peek at Spenser's *Amoretti*, #64 for what seems to be a
fairly

>>> Item #3120 (16 Mar 1995 10:55) - SHK 6.0217 *Hamlet* Questions
And Ophelia with her dad killed by the man she was to marry,
After saying it with flowers, she committed hari-kari.
                     ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #3604 (20 Sep 1995 15:03) - SHK 6.0702 Re: *Winter's Tale*; Tennyson
For Perdita's queen-of-the-feast addenda, we're giving her a ruff,
perhaps a
sash, and some type of crown of leaves/flowers.  Is there a more
"accurate" set
                                       ^^^^^^^
of paraphenalia we could use?

>>> Item #3964 (20 Feb 1996 08:54) - SHK 7.0129 Re: Hamlet, Ophelia, and Character
"There is a willow grows aslant..." more than just a flowery speech (pun
intended), since the flowers mentioned were commonly used in Medieval
speech
                     ^^^^^^^
when refering to fertility.

>>> Item #4026 (10 Mar 1996 08:09) - SHK 7.0190 Re: Funeral Elegy
          "T'was I that led you through the painted meads,
           Where the light fairies danced upon the flowers,
                                                   ^^^^^^^
           Hanging on every leaf an orient pearl,

>>> Item #4130 (18 Apr 1996 15:21) - SHK 7.0294 Re: MND (Alienation and Chastity)
quenched by them.  Furthermore, even if "enforced chastity" is taken to
mean
compulsory, it seems fantastic to imagine that the moon and the little
flowers

^^^^^^^
weep because men and women are forced to remain chaste until marriage
and that
the audience is meant to view "free love" (or whatever Jan Kott had in
mind) as
a good thing and weep with the little flowers.  Titania's speech here is
a
                                      ^^^^^^^
response to Bottom's speeech to Mustardseed: "I promise you your kindred
hath
***************
through Spenser. A compulsory chastity denies the chastity of wedded
love and
little flowers might weep.  It is hard to imagine little Elizabethan
flowers
       ^^^^^^^
weeping because maidens and a fairy queens are denied a Kottian coupling
--

>>> Item #4135 (19 Apr 1996 08:38) - SHK 7.0298 Re: SHK 7.0294 Re: MND (Alienation and Chastity)
>even if "enforced chastity" is taken to mean compulsory, it seems
>fantastic to imagine that the moon and the little flowers
                                                   ^^^^^^^
>weep because men and women are forced to remain chaste until marriage and
>that the audience is meant to view "free love" (or whatever Jan Kott had in
>mind) as a good thing and weep with the little flowers.
                                                ^^^^^^^

***************
1) Why is it fantastic to believe that forces of nature (the moon and
the
flowers) would be upset to look down at the male dominated, sexually and
^^^^^^^
otherwise restrictive Athenian society and weep at it?  Maybe the
division that
***************

>It is hard to imagine little Elizabethan flowers
                                          ^^^^^^^
>weeping because maidens and a fairy queens are denied a Kottian coupling --

>>> Item #4641 (20 Nov 1996 06:53) - SHK 7.0859 Re: Hymen
In the second half of the play, there is a huge mound of earth upstage
with
dead flowers scattered around it. Orlando delivers his Rosalind love
poems from
     ^^^^^^^
this mound. Pimlott and the actors insisted that this mound was not
Adam's

>>> Item #4707 (9 Dec 1996 09:39) - SHK 7.0925 Re: Recent Shakespeare FIlms
her age. She also plays Gloria as a woman in love with Paris. This is so
cool.
Gloria dances with Paris, takes flowers he brought to Juliet for
herself, does
                                ^^^^^^^
everything but rip his clothes off. When Gloria turns on Juliet, she
does so in

>>> Item #4853 (21 Jan 1997 09:35) - SHK 8.0090 Re: Productions: 12th Night
suggesting Japanese screen paintings...after a few minutes of interval,
the
cast came out, 1 at a time, in their Bohemia garb, with baskets of
flowers

^^^^^^^
which were scattered across ther floor in a kind a splatter painting
effect,

>>> Item #4887 (26 Jan 1997 17:13) - SHK 8.0123 Re: WT Productions and Intermissions
Camillo, Hermione and Paulina) came onto a bare stage and Time's lines
were
split up among them.  Then the minimal scenery (wreaths of flowers hung
from
                                                           ^^^^^^^
poles) for the Bohemia scenes was set up by the actors and Act 4
continued.

>>> Item #4928 (3 Feb 1997 10:11) - SHK 8.0164 Re: Branagh's Hamlet; Iago; Helsingborg
downstream--although with the snowstorm that was raging outside, it
might have
been hard to gather those flowers; e)well, I think you get the idea...
                          ^^^^^^^

>>> Item #5020 (21 Feb 1997 13:19) - SHK 8.0250 DC's Shakespeare Theatre's AYL and a Question

Post intermission, we get some flowers and some moisture; but overall, I
                               ^^^^^^^
was left with the impression of a Dallas skyscraper jutting through the
***************
production on Valentine=92s day, only to have all thoughts of hearts and
flowers wiped out by intermission.  I=92d say, catch the show if you
want=
^^^^^^^

>>> Item #5105 (10 Mar 1997 13:50) - SHK 8.0335 Re: Polonius' Precepts
others that Polonius may have "con'd" them and that once the lesson is
over "we are regal'd with a style very different, and flowers of speech
                                                      ^^^^^^^
is his way. . . ." While offering no opinion on their suitability to the

>>> Item #5274 (28 Apr 1997 10:07) - SHK 8.0502 Re: Subtext; Caliban

Example of "pretty words" speech:  Perdita's catalog of flowers.  A
                                                        ^^^^^^^
speech ripe for cutting, if there ever was one.  Instead, we used it to

>>> Item #5278 (29 Apr 1997 09:58) - SHK 8.0507 Re: Elizabethan Stage; Afterlife; Plain Dealers; Sir Thomas More
the original might have had at the plays inception, then so be it.
Brook's spinning plate "flowers" were a case in point.  Here he
                        ^^^^^^^
"reinvented" magic for an audience who had lost the power to believe in

>>> Item #5286 (1 May 1997 09:59) - SHK 8.0515 Qs: Flowers; Shr.; poor/pure; Riverside
Organization: Bowie State University
Subject: Qs: Flowers; Shr.; poor/pure; Riverside
Comment:      SHK 8.0515  Qs: Flowers; Shr.; poor/pure; Riverside
                              ^^^^^^^

***************
        Date:   Wednesday, 30 Apr 1997 12:19:28 -0400 (EDT)
        Subj:   Flowers
                ^^^^^^^

***************
Date:           Wednesday, 30 Apr 1997 12:19:28 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        Flowers
                ^^^^^^^

***************
something similar. I'm trying to find something along the lines of "The
Flowers of Shakespeare." I could do a word search, but then I'd have to
^^^^^^^
do each flower, and since I don't know all the flowers he wrote about,
                                               ^^^^^^^
I'm kind of stuck.  Anyone?

>>> Item #5289 (2 May 1997 09:14) - SHK 8.0518 Re: Riverside; Flowers; Welsh
Organization: Bowie State University
Subject: Re: Riverside; Flowers; Welsh
Comment:      SHK 8.0518  Re: Riverside; Flowers; Welsh
                                         ^^^^^^^

***************
        Date:   Thursday, 1 May 1997 09:20:02 -0700 (PDT)
        Subj:   Re: SHK 8.0515 Q: Flowers
                                  ^^^^^^^

***************
Date:           Thursday, 1 May 1997 09:20:02 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: 8.0515 Q: Flowers
Comment:        Re: SHK 8.0515 Q: Flowers
                                  ^^^^^^^

Regarding Shakespeare's flowers, there's a book of that title by Jessica
                        ^^^^^^^
Kerr, illustrated by Anne Ophelia Dowden (New York: Thomas Y. Crowell,

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