The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0555 Wednesday, 4 November 2009
Date: Wednesday, November 04, 2009
Subject: Update on Temporary Archive of SBReviews
Last Wednesday, I announced that I would be storing Adobe "PDF" versions
of the SHAKSPER Book Reviews in a temporary archive on the SHAKSPER web
site, until the new site design is complete.
Anyone wishing to may either read or download the five
currently-released reviews as separate files or, as of today, as a
single PDF file (in what I hope you will consider a pleasantly formatted
Below you will find the Table of Contents with the links to all the
This version of the Table of Contents contains links to the original
plain text versions of each review as they originally appeared as
SHAKSPER digests, links to the most recent individual files in carefully
formatted and designed PDF files, and a link to the single file
containing all five reviews, also with a print-journal style appearance.
Temporary Archive of SBReviews: SHAKSPER Book Reviews
*SBReviews_1: Elena Levy-Navarro. _The Culture of Obesity in Early and
Late Modernity: Body Image in Shakespeare, Jonson, Middleton, and
Skelton_. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Reviewed by Arthur
*SBReviews_2: Scott L. Newstok, editor. _Kenneth Burke on Shakespeare_.
West Lafayette, Indiana: Parlor Press, 2007. Reviewed by Murray M.
*SBReview_3: John Drakakis and Dale Townshend, Editors. _Gothic
Shakespeares_. General editor, Terrence Hawkes. Accents on Shakespeare
Series. New York: Routledge, 2008. Reviewed by Peter Paolucci.
*SBReview_4: Margreta de Grazia. _Hamlet without Hamlet_. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 2007. Reviewed by David Richman.
*SBReview_5: Lesel Dawson. _Lovesickness and Gender in Early Modern
English Literature_. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. Reviewed by
Eric Langley. SBR5_Lovesickness.pdf
*SBReviews_5: SHAKSPER Book Reviews 1 to 5
WARNING: Be aware that the complete file is large and will take some
time to load in your browser to read or to download.
[I am waiting until Eric Luhrs gets on top of his enormous workload and
can get away from playing with his infant daughter Juliette for us to
migrate the list from my commercial DSL service to my commercial fiber
optics service, which should dramatically improve the speed of download
files from the server (from 756 Kbps upload and download to 20 Mbps up
and down - as my son-in-law would say, Not too shabby.)]
PS: I hope anyone with thoughts about our review copy dilemma will share
thoughts and expertise with me after you have read our long message
about the situation: http://www.shaksper.net/archives/2009/0553.html
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