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Re: Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Milton
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0710  Wednesday, 5 April 2000.

[1]     From:   Carol A. Cole <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 04 Apr 2000 12:05:40 -0400
        Subj:   Re: SHK 11.0698 Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Milton

[2]     From:   Tom Reedy <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 4 Apr 2000 14:14:43 -0500
        Subj:   Re: SHK 11.0698 Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Milton


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From:           Carol A. Cole <
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Date:           Tuesday, 04 Apr 2000 12:05:40 -0400
Subject: 11.0698 Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Milton
Comment:        Re: SHK 11.0698 Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Milton

>Does anyone know of a good Marlowe or Milton listserv?

At last, a question I can help with!  The following is taken from the
Milton Home page ( http://www.richmond.edu/~creamer/milton/index.html )
:

"Milton-L is an Internet discussion group devoted to the life,
literature and times of the poet John Milton. Currently there are more
than 465 list members from around the world (including many Milton
scholars). The amount of messages on the list (and their length) can
vary, depending on the topic. If you would like to sample the discussion
on Milton-L, you can visit the list archives, where the posts since June
1995 are available (earlier archives exist, but they are not well
organized).

For information on joining the discussion, please visit the subscribe
page.  The group was founded in August 1991 at the suggestion of Roy
Flannagan (Ohio University) and with the guidance of Louis Schwartz
(University of Richmond). The Listowner is Kevin J.T. Creamer
(University of Richmond).  The Milton-L Home Page has been created as a
resource for the list and for the Internet community."

Note:  the site has links for the pages referenced above.

I can't vouch for the list personally, as I'm not a member (belong to
too many lists already but can't bear to drop any of them).  If you
join, please let us know what you think of it.

Carol

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From:           Tom Reedy <
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Date:           Tuesday, 4 Apr 2000 14:14:43 -0500
Subject: 11.0698 Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Milton
Comment:        Re: SHK 11.0698 Shakespeare, Marlowe, and Milton

Jennifer Fritz <
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>Does anyone know of a good online concordance of Shakespeare's plays?  I
>have access to two, but neither of them can do each play individually.

Here are two:

This one can be used with individual plays:
http://www.gh.cs.su.oz.au/~matty/Shakespeare/test.html

This one includes a word frequency list by play:
http://www.mta.link75.org/curriculum/english/shake/

Tom Reedy
 

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