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Re: Garbles in Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.004  Wednesday, 1 January 2003

From:           John Robinson <
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Date:           Tuesday, 31 Dec 2002 13:55:52 EST
Subject: 13.2482 Garbles in Shakespeare
Comment:        Re: SHK 13.2482 Garbles in Shakespeare

>Can a few instances of garbles in Sh. and other Tudor texts be
>pointed out to me so that I can see how editors dealt with them?

>Thanks in advance,
>Al Magary

Garble is not a good word to search for. A bit of confusing text is
called a "crux." Go to the MLA Bibliography, or any Shakespeare data
base, and look for the word "crux" and you'll get all you can handle.

Regards,
John Robinson

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