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Fall '98 Issue of Shakespere Bulletin
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.1290  Saturday, 12 December 1998.

From:           James P. Lusardi <
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Date:           Friday, 11 Dec 1998 12:45:53 -0500 (CDT)
Subject:        Fall '98 Issue of Shakespere Bulletin

For those who don't know or don't subscribe to Shakespeare Bulletin, a
Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship (now in its 17th year).

The Fall 1998 issue (16.4) is just off the press.  Contents:

In the section "Shakespeare on Film," Russell Jackson announces and
analyzes his surprising find in a British archive:  "A Shooting Script
for the Reinhardt-Dieterle Dream [1935]:  The War with the Amazons,
Bottom's Wife, and Other 'Missing' Scenes."

Theatre Features:

Alan C. Dessen provides commentary on the staging of Jacobean satiric
comedies in 1998.

Ros King uses her own production experience to discuss forms of address
in Richard III.

Nina da Vinci Nichols reports on Shakespeare at the 1998 IFTR Congress.

Reviews of New York and regional productions-from Lenox, MA to Seattle,
WA.

As usual, the issue also includes production photos and illustrations,
book reviews, and a listing of Events.

SB remains a great bargain among journals:  $15 (US) for one year (4
48-page issues), $30 for two years, etc.  No surcharge for mailing to
overseas subscribers.  Back issues available @ $4.

Make out check or money order (no credit cards) to Shakespeare
Bulletin.  Send to J. P. Lusardi and J. Schlueter, Co-Editors,
Shakespeare Bulletin, Lafayette College, Easton, PA 18042.  Phone: (610)
330-5245, fax: (610) 330-5606, e-mail: 
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Note:  The Winter 1999 issue (17.1) will feature International
Shakespeare.
 

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