The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 22.0092 Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Subject: Cook’s Tours
I have finished re-editing the Two Cook’s Tours: Quartos (BL and Folger) and Book of Common Prayer. I have several ideas for other Tours and welcome suggestions, but first I would like to get the Pedagogy section in order. I’ve outlined what I want to include there and I am exciting about this section providing me the opportunity to share some of my teaching resources with others.
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PS: Several months ago, I asked about recommendations for colleges/universities for my younger daughter Rebecca to consider. Becca using some of the books that were recommended to me began with a list of 125 colleges/universities she was considering. She ended up applying to eleven and was accepted at all but a few. A few weeks ago, she made her final choice and will be attending Bryn Mawr in the fall.
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