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Titus Andronicus
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 19.0038  Wednesday, 17 January 2008

From:		Tom Reedy <
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Date:		Wednesday, 23 Jan 2008 20:36:44 -0600
Subject:	Titus Andronicus

Tom Reedy wrote:

 >In light of Jonathan Bates's (convincing, to me at least) claim that
 >Shakespeare collaborated with George Peele in writing this play, it
 >might be helpful to collate the allusions by act and scene to determine
 >if Shakespeare is responsible for the higher rate of classical allusions
 >or if it should be credited to Peele.
 >
 >Tom Reedy

Of course it was Sir Brian Vickers, not Jonathan Bate, who put forward 
the exhaustive and persuasive (to me, at least) case for Peele's hand in 
_Titus Andronicus_. I apologize for both my misattribution and my 
misspelling.

Tom Reedy

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