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Johnson's Notes on Hamlet
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0665  Tuesday, 20 March 2001

From:           Thomas Larque <
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Date:           Monday, 19 Mar 2001 18:46:22 -0000
Subject:        Johnson's Notes on Hamlet

I have added Johnson's Notes on "Hamlet" to my "Shakespeare and His
Critics" website - taken from Walter Raleigh's edition of "Johnson on
Shakespeare".

Anybody who was put off the earlier version of the site by the lurid
colour scheme will be pleased to hear that I have redesigned the site in
a differently coloured and more readable way.

Can anybody tell me how to add Greek characters to a web page
(preferably in a way that most browsers can handle without plug-ins or
add-ons)?  Johnson's Notes contain two brief quotations in Greek, which
I have so far been forced to replace with the phrase "[Greek words]" in
square brackets - a most unsatisfactory solution.  Any advice would be
gratefully received.

Thomas Larque.
 

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