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Re: Shakespeare.Papers.com
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.1654  Friday, 29 June 2001

[1]     From:   Bill Walsh <
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        Date:   Thursday, 28 Jun 2001 11:01:40 -0400
        Subj:   Re: SHK 12.1651 Shakespeare.Papers.com

[2]     From:   William Proctor Williams <
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        Date:   Thursday, 28 Jun 2001 11:02:09 -0400
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[3]     From:   Lora Kahn <
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        Date:   Thursday, 28 Jun 2001 14:10:17 EDT
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From:           Bill Walsh <
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Date:           Thursday, 28 Jun 2001 11:01:40 -0400
Subject: 12.1651 Shakespeare.Papers.com
Comment:        Re: SHK 12.1651 Shakespeare.Papers.com

I think the one on Richard VIII is my favorite:

Richard VIII And King Lear

[send me this paper]

A 5 page evaluation of the roles these two kings played within the
confines of their individual plays. 'King Lear' by Shakespeare, and 'A
Man or All Seasons' by Robert Bolt are the plays under examination. The
evaluation of the two kings is in context of their effectiveness in
relationship to those around them. Being that they are both kings of
great influence they are incredibly effective in most regards. This, of
course, is not to say that their effectiveness could be deemed as
positive in most cases, but that their personalities and their positions
predestined them to effectiveness.

No additional sources cited.
Filename: LearVII.wps

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From:           William Proctor Williams <
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Date:           Thursday, 28 Jun 2001 11:02:09 -0400
Subject: 12.1651 Shakespeare.Papers.com
Comment:        Re: SHK 12.1651 Shakespeare.Papers.com

Hardy doesn't mention the links button.  This takes you not to
Shakespeare links, as you might expect, but to about 100 other sites
flogging term papers and "term paper help."  "Oh, brave new world. . .
."

William Proctor Williams

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From:           Lora Kahn <
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Date:           Thursday, 28 Jun 2001 14:10:17 EDT
Subject: 12.1651 Shakespeare.Papers.com
Comment:        Re: SHK 12.1651 Shakespeare.Papers.com

Hi Hardy,

Thanks for the information on Shakespeare Papers.com.  I'm afraid to
look at this site and discover that any of my students were not
personally responsible for the papers they wrote on Hamlet or the
Elizabethan age this past semester.  I think that I knew them and their
abilities well enough to recognize when they were using such a service.
But I hate to see that it is so brazenly available to them. Today's
Circuits section of the New York Times has an article on plagiarism
using web sources.

Thanks again and thanks for providing such a wonderful compendium of
information and inspiration.

Lora Kahn

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