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Request for Articles/References
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0541  Thursday, 26 February 2004

From:           Stuart Hampton-Reeves <
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Date:           Wednesday, 25 Feb 2004 15:13:40 +0000
Subject:        Request for Articles/References

An Iraqi postgraduate student has written to me out of the blue
requesting articles and references for a thesis on Shakespeare, Feminism
and Tragedy (the full email is copied below). If anyone on the list
wants to contact this student with suggestions or donations I will
happily put you in touch - alternatively, I will forward any responses
to the request posted here.
Stuart Hampton-Reeves

Full email follows:

 >Dear Professor;
 >
 >First I would like to introduce myself, I am a post _graduated student
 >of English literature and I live in Iraq which had undergone to so many
 >catastrophes from my childhood till now where I have witnessed Iranian
 >war ,gulf war , blockade and now US occupation which causes destruction
 >everywhere including the libraries therefore, the situation now is
 >chaotic .In addition our libraries basically lack suitable sources
 >pertaining English literature. So I am writing to you requesting your
 >assistant as you are specialized in drama and Shakespeare, in
 >particular, to supply me with some articles or references that I can
 >make use of in my study that deals with "Feminism in Shakespeare's
 >Tragedies" and the plays that I will study are: Othello , Antony and
 >Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear , Macbeth , by the way if you
 >have any comment on my choosing the plays , please sent your advice .
 >
 >With My Regards.
 >
 >Best wishes. Wafa Salim
 >M.A student/ Dept. of English
 >College of Arts/ Univ. of Mosul
 >Iraq/ Mosul

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