The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.1505  Thursday, 14 June 2001

From:           Eva Dikow <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Thursday, 14 Jun 2001 08:34:46 +0200
Subject:        Help with Literature

Dear List,

I will be handing in my final thesis at University on Hoffman's
Midsummer Night's Dream within two weeks. I'm still desperately
searching for a couple of articles which are either not available via
our 'far distance borrowing system' (sorry, that's probably not what you
call it but my dictionary couldn't help out ;-) or are in theory but
have been away for the last weeks for binding and still are.

Can anybody help out? The articles I'm looking for are:

Ford, John R. "Translating Audiences and Their Bottoms: Filming A
Midsummer Night's Dream." In: Publications of the Mississippi
Philological Association. 2000, p. 1-9.

Crowl, S. "A Midsummer Night's Dream: A Michael Hoffmann Film." In:
Shakespeare Bulletin 17 (3).1999.

There seems to be an interview with Michael Hoffman and with Kevin Kline
(and maybe additional information?) in: A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Shakespeare : A magazine for Shakespeare teachers and enthusiasts. 3
(2). Summer 1999.

I would also be interested in reading Mike Jensen's article on the
Reinhardt version of the play if (as I presume from the title) it is
written in reaction to the Russel Jackson article from 1998 and/or
discusses the (non-)treatment Bottom's Wife:

Jensen, M. P. "Fragments of a Dream: Photos of Three Scenes Missing from
the Reinhardt-Dieterle-Dream." In: Shakespeare Bulletin 18 (4). 2000, p.

I'd also like to have a look at Rothwell's artcile in the same  tome:
Rothwell, K. S. "Filmed Shakespeare: Scholarship and Criticism at the
Millennium." In: Shakespeare Bulletin 18 (4). 2000, p. 44-47.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everybody!

Eva Dikow

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