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Real Hamlet
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.2050  Friday, 3 December 2004

[1]     From:   John W. Kennedy <
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        Date:   Thursday, 02 Dec 2004 11:33:49 -0500
        Subj:   Re: SHK 15.2042 Real Hamlet

[2]     From:   Colin Cox <
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        Date:   Thursday, 02 Dec 2004 12:47:11 -0800
        Subj:   Re: SHK 15.2042 Real Hamlet


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From:           John W. Kennedy <
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Date:           Thursday, 02 Dec 2004 11:33:49 -0500
Subject: 15.2042 Real Hamlet
Comment:        Re: SHK 15.2042 Real Hamlet

Robin Hamilton <
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 >Slightly off-topic, but just to get this straight:  Keyes wrote *two*
 >versions of "Flowers for Algeron", as a short-story (1959), later
 >expanded to a novel.

 ><The story [which] came to the small screen in a 1966 televised play, "The
 >Two Worlds of Charlie Gordon," was expanded into a full-length novel in
 >1966, and inspired the1968 film, "Charly" ... >

Don't forget the 1980 Broadway musical, "Charlie and Algernon"
(<URL:http://www.ibdb.com/production.asp?ID=3965>).

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From:           Colin Cox <
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Date:           Thursday, 02 Dec 2004 12:47:11 -0800
Subject: 15.2042 Real Hamlet
Comment:        Re: SHK 15.2042 Real Hamlet

David Crosby writes:

 >I cannot fathom why so many otherwise reasonable writers continue to
 >respond to the self-contradictory and deliberately provocative,
 >self-serving posts of Bill Arnold.

A little brevity is not such a bad thing in an otherwise stress-inducing
schedule. Oberon's aide-de-camp is a quite vital role in the nastiness
of the 'real' world.

Colin Cox

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