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Home :: Archive :: 1998 :: March ::
Qs: Sweet Revenge; Shakespearean Adaptations
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0251  Tuesday, 24 March 1998.

[1]     From:   H. R. Greenberg <
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        Date:   Monday, 23 Mar 1998 22:10:02 EST
        Subj:   Sweet Revenge

[2]     From:   Thomas Larque <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 24 Mar 1998 13:13:47 -0000
        Subj:   Shakespearean Adaptations


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From:           H. R. Greenberg <
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Date:           Monday, 23 Mar 1998 22:10:02 EST
Subject:        Sweet Revenge

I am trying to locate two books published in last few years which have
addressed
the subject of revenge in general and revenge tragedies in particular or
is
it only one book   I seem to recall from an LRB review that John
Kerrigan is
the author of one or both or one.  Can anyone give me a complete
citation including
press year, title, subtitle, pagination?  Thanks much.

H. R. Greenberg

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From:           Thomas Larque <
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Date:           Tuesday, 24 Mar 1998 13:13:47 -0000
Subject:        Shakespearean Adaptations

I am currently beginning to research for an index / encyclopaedia of
Shakespearean Adaptations  - novels, plays and poems which respond to or
are based around Shakespeare's works - and would be very grateful for
any suggestions of adaptations (especially less well known, newly
performed or published, and out-of-print titles) which members of the
list feel should be included in this index.

I am already aware of the Spin-offs Bibliography which is held in the
SHAKSPER archives, and to which I have contributed in the past.

Many thanks for your help.

Thomas Larque
 

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