Cordelia: Loss of Insolence (Studies in the
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0200 Tuesday, 27 January 2004
From: Thomas Larque <
Date: Monday, 26 Jan 2004 15:33:05 -0000
Subject: Cordelia: Loss of Insolence (Studies in the Humanities)
Does anybody have access to Sophia B. Blades's essay "Cordelia: Loss of
Insolence" as printed in the "Studies in the Humanities" journal (Volume
5, no 2; 1976; pp.15-21) who might be willing to scan the text and
E-Mail it to me?
I am currently working on an undergraduate essay, and would like to
examine Blades's work, which is apparently relevant (judging from the
relevant entry in Kolin's "Shakespeare and Feminist Criticism: An
Annotated Bibliography"). Although I am likely to be able to get hold
of a "Shakespeare Newsletter" essay by Blades with the same title, that
was published in the previous year, I would presume - from the number of
pages (one in SN, six in SitH) - that the "Studies in the Humanities"
essay is an extended revision of the original essay. Unfortunately none
of the libraries that I have access to has "Studies in the Humanities"
among their periodical collections.
The essay is only intended for my own personal study, and I will be
adhering firmly to the "fair quotation" copyright regulations in my
citation of the essay in my own work.
I would ask anybody who is willing to send me a copy of the essay to
E-Mail me off-list at
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