Re: Double Falshood and I
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1684 Tuesday, 23 July 2002
From: Al Magary <
Date: Tuesday, 23 Jul 2002 01:41:40 -0700
Subject: 13.1674 Double Falshood and I
Comment: Re: SHK 13.1674 Double Falshood and I
A note for the record.
John W. Kennedy posted a very handsome HTML text (and a functional ASCII
text) of Double Falshood at
http://pws.prserv.net/jwkennedy/Double%20Falshood.html, and he commented
briefly on the collated text he has produced for the Sh. community.
Backing up to his homepage, however, I found a clearer statement of his
interest in this play:
"Among my interests are...William Shakespeare, the greatest writer who
--despite the efforts of barking loonies to spread the unfounded rumor
that he was really someone else, and
--whose lost play Cardenio, despite the claims of yet more barking
loonies, is partially preserved in Lewis Theobald's Double Falshood; or
The Distrest Lovers..."
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