Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 1, No. 134. Sunday, 2 Dec 1990.
Date:   Sun, 2 Dec 90 10:23:37 EST
From:   steve <SURCC@CUNYVM>
Subject: 1.0132  Shakespearean Gardens / Bibliography
Comment:      Re: SHK 1.0132  Shakespearean Gardens / Bibliography
Ah, gardens!  The Brooklyn Botanical Garden's Shgarden sits happily in
warm sunlight, sheltered even in midwinter.  And there is also a
beleaguered but handsome Shakespearean garden in the hill just south
of the Delacort Theatre in Central Park.  The Cloisters' gardens,
though purpose-built earlier that the Renaissance, grow profusions of
things Shakespeare must have smiled at.  Hey, for a dirty old town,
we do our flowers proud.
      Steve Urkowitz, City College of New York

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