The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.1260.  Friday, 26 December 1997.

From:           Abigail Quart <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Wednesday, 24 Dec 1997 00:38:44 -0600
Subject:        Help! And learn from my grievous error.

One month ago, my hard drive fried. Literally. (Cyrix chip burned way
too hot, fan inadequate-you could feel the heat just by touching the

Nothing recent was backed up, and none of the email. So it's all gone.
Old versions of work, I have, but no current rewrites. NEVER BE THAT
STUPID. As I was. Never save only to the hard drive.

A kind lady in California has the now only existing copy of the current
rewrite of UNFORCED ACCORD. I would truly appreciate a copy of that

Also, if anyone has saved any correspondence from me or to me, I would
be so grateful to see it again.

I would also like the correspondence on the Running Isabella,
particularly the original essay that I still haven't stopped thinking

And Macbeth.

It took a month to get back online and, as I reenter work that was saved
to floppies, I'm only just letting myself feel how much is lost. Getting
anything back would be wonderful.


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