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Clocks and Bells
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1780  Thursday, 20 October 2005

From: 		Holger Schott Syme <
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Date: 		Wednesday, 19 Oct 2005 01:40:54 -0400
Subject: 16.1756 Clocks and Bells
Comment: 	RE: SHK 16.1756 Clocks and Bells

I realize this discussion might be more than a little dull to most 
members of the list, but in the hope that it doesn't seem entirely 
irrelevant, could I ask Michael Egan to respond properly to my 
arguments? He might consider my objections to his theories about the 
staging of _1 R2_/_Woodstock_ "obvious," but he is mistaken, I think, in 
his belief that he has already answered them on his website.

In any case, I'd be interested to hear his response to the broader 
implications of the points I made apropos his specific propositions; in 
particular I'd like to find out if he has reconsidered his understanding 
of _Macbeth_ as a play written for a particular performance venue.

Another protracted discussion of _1 R2_/_Woodstock_ might indeed not be 
welcome here, but I take it that the larger issue under debate in this 
thread is of considerable theatre historical significance and hence 
worthy of further discussion.

Apologies to Hardy if I'm altogether wrong --

Holger

[Editor's Note: I believe that this thread is approaching its end and 
would appreciate it if anyone with anything further to say on the 
subject would do so before I close it down.]

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