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Re: Queen Elizabeth
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.064  Tuesday, 28 March 2000.

[1]     From:   Frank Whigham <
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        Date:   Monday, 27 Mar 2000 12:22:04 -0600
        Subj:   Re: SHK 11.0581 Re: Queen Elizabeth's Writings

[2]     From:   Jack Heller <
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        Date:   Monday, 27 Mar 2000 15:19:28 -0500
        Subj:   Elizabeth's Writing

[3]     From:   Lisa Hopkins <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 28 Mar 2000 10:40:38 +0100
        Subj:   Elizabeth's Illness


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From:           Frank Whigham <
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Date:           Monday, 27 Mar 2000 12:22:04 -0600
Subject: 11.0581 Re: Queen Elizabeth's Writings
Comment:        Re: SHK 11.0581 Re: Queen Elizabeth's Writings

It is my understanding that a new hardback edition of Elizabeth's works
is to appear this spring, edited by Janell Mueller and Leah Marcus.
There are also useful treatments of her poetic exchange with Ralegh in
Steven May, Elizabethan Courtier Poets, and Michael Rudick's new
authoritative Poems of Sir Walter Ralegh (19-23 and notes).

Frank Whigham

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From:           Jack Heller <
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Date:           Monday, 27 Mar 2000 15:19:28 -0500
Subject:        Elizabeth's Writing

Mike Jensen asked:

>Since the subject of Elizabeth I has come up again, I want to ask a
>question.  I recently read some of her poetry.  While it didn't change
>my life, it wasn't bad.  I'm curious to read her other writings.  Does
>anyone know of an in-print, or e-text edition of her extant poems,
>letters, and other texts?  An old spelling edition is preferred, a
>critical edition is my second choice, but I'll take anything.

I attended a fascinating session at the MLA in Chicago on a current
editorial project to include most of Elizabeth's writings. Leah Marcus
is one of the editors. I'll bet someone on this list will remember the
other editors who were there. I believe some of the volumes are supposed
to come out this year.

Jack Heller

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From:           Lisa Hopkins <
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Date:           Tuesday, 28 Mar 2000 10:40:38 +0100
Subject:        Elizabeth's Illness

Well, whatever Elizabeth had was caught by Mary Sidney, who was nursing
her, and she certainly went on to develop the symptoms of smallpox.  So
I think Skip Nicholson probably was misled.

Lisa Hopkins
 

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