Shakespeare and His Critics -
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.2508 Wednesday, 31 October 2001
From: Thomas Larque <
Date: Tuesday, 30 Oct 2001 17:03:14 -0000
Subject: Shakespeare and His Critics - http://shakespearean.org.uk
I would like to let all SHAKSPEReans know that my website "Shakespeare
and His Critics" (formerly based at a number of different addresses from
dial.pipex.com including http://ds.dial.pipex.com/thomas_larque) now has
a new and permanent home at http://shakespearean.org.uk . I would be
very grateful if anybody who has links pointing to my old pages on their
website would alter them to list my new domain.
Visitors to the site will find that the old addresses still work for the
next few months to allow for a transition period (although I will be
rewriting the pages to make them redirect browsers to the new
addresses), but I hope that everybody will alter bookmarks and
favourites listings to the new addresses as soon as possible.
The individual files on my website are as follows:
1. Helena Faucit's Letter / Essay on Ophelia
2. Anna Jameson's Essay on Ophelia
3. Mary Cowden Clarke's fictional Girlhood of Ophelia
4. William Hazlitt's Essay on Hamlet
5. Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Lecture on Hamlet
6. Samuel Taylor Coleridge's 'Table Talk' on Hamlet
7. Samuel Johnson's Notes on Hamlet
8. 'All The Year Round' Essay on "The Origin of Hamlet"
9. 'The Theatre' Essay on "Shylock in Germany"
10. Alfred Darbyshire's address on "The Calvert Revivals"
11. Samuel Daniel's Delia and The Complaint of Rosamond
[External link - My old-spelling transcription of Daniel's poetry is on
the Renascence Editions Website, and therefore this link has not
I would also like to take this opportunity to apologise to anybody who
visited my website on 28th or 29th October and found it defaced by
inappropriate advertising banners. I have not commercialised my site
and it should never have advertising banners on it. Unfortunately the
company who count my visitors (sitetracker.com) had technical problems
and so banners appeared on sites that had paid for non-advertising
Thank you for reading this.
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