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Shakespeare Magazine 4.2
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1227  Friday, 15 June 2000.

From:           Mike LoMonico <
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Date:           Wednesday, 14 Jun 2000 14:52:15 -0400
Subject:        Shakespeare Magazine 4.2


Since we are discussing Tables of Contents, here is one for the current
issue of Shakespeare magazine.

* News on the Rialto featuring articles about the Los Angeles Women's
Shakespeare Company, a digitally enhanced Tempest at the University of
Georgia Interactive Performance Lab, a new King Lear film, a review of
Romeo Must Die, a report on the NCTE International Teaching Shakespeare
Conference, and a host of summer festival news.

* Why Active Teaching Works:  An interview with Rex Gibson, the general
editor of the Cambridge School editions by Nancy Goodwin.

* Book Review: A review of John Updike's "Gertrude and Claudius" by
Louisa Newlin.

* Film Review: An article about Almereyda's Hamlet film.

* My Favorite Production:  the thoughts of A.R. Braunmuller, Jonathan
Bate, Bruce Smith, Gail Kern Paster, David Bevington, Don Weingust,
Dympna Callaghan, Kate Levin, Lois Potter, Laurie Maguire, and Jim
Bulman.

* Where There's a Will, There's a Way: Christina Carpenter's article on
how she uses the words of rapster Will Smith to familiarize students
with the figurative language in Shakespeare.

* Students Publish Shakespeare Periodicals: Siobhan Berry and Mary
Pitman-Jones on using journalism to study Shakespeare passages.

* Strip Sonnets: Monica Wiener starts with single lines and produces
full-blown sonnet analysis.

* Broadside: Rex Gibson on Rhyme

We are currently working on our Fall 2000 issue and welcome
contributions or article ideas.

For subscription information write

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Best,
Mike LoMonico, editor
 

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