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Qs: Riverside Milton; Norton Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.0540.  Tuesday, 6 May 1997.

[1]     From:   Simon Malloch <
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        Date:   Monday, 05 May 1997 21:48:59 +0800
        Subj:   Q: Riverside Milton

[2]     From:   Tad Davis <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 06 May 1997 13:33:29 -0400
        Subj:   Norton Shakespeare?


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From:           Simon Malloch <
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Date:           Monday, 05 May 1997 21:48:59 +0800
Subject:        Q: Riverside Milton

Speaking of the Riverside Shakespeare,  does anyone know when the new
Riverside Milton is to be published? Last year I heard on the Milton
Listserver,  which I am no longer subscribed to,  that it was due out
this year.  Does anyone have anymore news (or could provide me with the
Milton list's subscription address, so I can check)?

Thanks in advance,
Simon Malloch

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From:           Tad Davis <
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Date:           Tuesday, 06 May 1997 13:33:29 -0400
Subject:        Norton Shakespeare?

Does anyone have inside word on when the Norton Shakespeare will
appear?  I've actually started having dreams about it. (This has never
happened to me before.) In one dream, I found it in a local Barnes &
Noble and sat in the coffee bar, happily thumbing through the pages and
checking out the format. In another, I found a volume that looked like
it, but it turned out to be another Norton book about Shakespeare. (The
expense of spirit in a waste of shame ... ?)

Tad Davis
 

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