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Qs: Recording; Lear; French H5
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.1209.  Monday, 1 December 1997.

[1]     From:   David Skeele <
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        Date:   Wednesday, 26 Nov 1997 11:29:54 -0500
S       ubje    "Traditions of Acting" Recordings

[2]     From:   Lex Ames <
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        Date:   Saturday, 29 Nov 1997 16:21:19 -0600
        Subj:   Lear @ fault?

[3]     From:   Roger Batt <
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        Date:   Monday, 01 Dec 1997 11:31:00 +0100
        Subj:   Henry V in French


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From:           David Skeele <
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Date:           Wednesday, 26 Nov 1997 11:29:54 -0500
Subject         "Traditions of Acting" Recordings

I have a quick question that someone on the list may be able to help me
with.  Recently I was given a flyer advertising a series of audio
cassettes featuring recordings of Sarah Bernhardt, Henry Irving, Viola
Allen, etc. performing Shakespeare and other playwrights.  It was
apparently put together by a Dr. George R. Creegan and is available
through an outfit called Crest Cassettes.  The flyer has the price and
product number but no information on whom to call or write to order the
tapes.  Is there anyone on the list with this info?  Dr. Creegan
himself, perhaps?  Thanks!

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From:           Lex Ames <
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Date:           Saturday, 29 Nov 1997 16:21:19 -0600
Subject:        Lear @ fault?

This is a plea for help in finding scholarship specific to my argument
in an essay I'm writing about the issue of tragic fault in King Lear.  I
have found only a couple of pieces of scholarly writing which deal
specifically with the issue of fault in the tragedy.  Moreover, I'm
seeking articles and books which support my argument that it is Lear
himself who is to blame for the fate of his kingdom, due in large part
to his failure to fulfill his duties as sovereign.  I've tried many of
the standard methods in my search for such scholarship, but as I
mention, my success has been rather limited.  Any suggestions of books
and or articles which would apply to my topic/argument would be greatly
appreciated.

Thanks,
Lex Ames

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From:           Roger Batt <
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Date:           Monday, 01 Dec 1997 11:31:00 +0100
Subject:        Henry V in French

A couple of weeks ago I sent a request to the list regarding the
availability on the Web of Henry V in a French translation.
Unfortunately since then my ISP has been down and they have lost all my
email so I don't know whether anyone has replied or not. Could anyone
who replied to resend their message?

Thank you,
Roger Batt
 

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