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Egan on 1 Richard II
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 18.0821  Tuesday, 11 December 2007

From:		Carol Barton <
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Date:		Saturday, 08 Dec 2007 14:53:21 -0500
Subject:	Egan on 1 Richard II

I've just begun reading Michael Egan's compelling four-part study of the 
provenance of the Woodstock play, _Richard II The Tragedy of Richard II, 
Part One: A Newly Authenticated Play by Shakespeare_, and wondered if 
anyone more conversant in the Woodstock authorship who has also read 
Egan's work would be willing to provide some comments? It seems 
thoroughly researched and well-documented, to my "infiltrator's" eye 
(I'm a Miltonist with a secret passion for the Bard), but I'd like to 
know what those of you who investigate such issues professionally think 
of it? Please respond to me off-list, as it really is a personal 
inquiry, and I don't want to burden our overworked Magus of Moderation 
with additional traffic.

Carol Barton

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