Regarding Editor's Decision
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.2363 Tuesday, 16 October 2001
From: Martin Steward <
Date: Tuesday, 16 Oct 2001 10:38:33 +0100
Subject: Regarding Editor's Decision
Comment: SHK 12.2230 Regarding Editor's Decision
On Sept I2, working on Jonson's Catiline, I happened to read Cicero's
speech to the Senate, describing how the conspirators' attacks would
have left Rome had he not intervened. Look it up and shudder with me.
Then imagine the consequences had Gunpowder Plot succeeded.
Of course, our editor's decision was a good one. Interesting how
contributors have started submitting Sept 11th postings under the aegis
of "Regarding Editor's Decision" though, isn't it?
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