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Re: Second Maiden's Tragedy
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.0683  Thursday, 7 March 2002

From:           John Ciccarelli <
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Date:           Wednesday, 06 Mar 2002 10:25:39 -0500
Subject:        Re: Second Maiden's Tragedy

In regards to the lost 'Cardenio', it seems the only candidate that
comes close would be the Lewis Theobald play "The Distressed Lovers".
While I've seen this alluded to in several play critiques and WS
biographical data, I haven't seen any particular research done on the
play itself.  Does anyone know of any published stylistic studies done
on the play?  Are there any passages/sections that resemble Shakespeare?

- John

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