The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0402 Thursday, 24 February 2000.
From: Paul Franssen <
Date: Thursday, 24 Feb 2000 11:21:00 +0100
Subject: 11.0390 Re: Fire
Comment: Re: SHK 11.0390 Re: Fire
Jay Johnson does "not believe ["Proofs of Holy Writ"] was included in
any of Kipling's collections." It is now generally available in the OUP
collection Mrs Bathurst and Other Stories, ed. Lisa Lewis. On the wider
cultural implications of Kipling's fantasy, and of Burgess's
entertaining reworking of that story in his "Will and Testament," which
does turn on the psalm 46 theory, might I recommend my own article, "The
Bard, the Bible, and the Desert Island," in The Author as Character, ed.
Ton Hoenselaars and myself, Fairleigh Dickinson UP 1999?