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Twelfth Night
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 21.0386  Wednesday, 29 September 2010

From:         Brian Bixley <
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Date:         September 24, 2010 5:44:59 PM EDT
Subject:      Twelfth Night

Would list members be so kind as to suggest essential, accessible readings for 
Twelfth Night? I stress accessible both because I am still on dial-up, and 
because Inter-Library Loan, which has often been helpful to me in my rural 
location, has so far failed (e.g., it was unable to produce Lois Potter, Twelfth 
Night; Laurie Osborne, The Trick of Singularity and C. L. Barber, Shakespeare's 
Festive Comedy). I am willing to purchase modestly priced books, and to pay 
photocopying and mailing costs for articles if members have the time to send 
them to me (or even to swap books and/or articles for a copy of my Essays on 
Gardening in a Cold Climate!). I do have the Arden (Third Series) and Oxford 
World Classics editions of the play with their substantial introductions.

Brian Bixley


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