The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1349 Saturday, 18 May 2002
Date: Thursday, 16 May 2002 19:32:12 -0700
Subject: Shakespeare Newsletter 251
The 251st issue of "The Shakespeare Newsletter" (Winter 2001-02, volume
51:4) has news, articles, reviews, and features that will be of interest
to members of SHAKSPER.
The lead article is an inquiry into the Sanders Portrait (displayed on
page 1 of the issue): Jeffrey Kahan asks, "Is the Sanders Portrait
Genuine?" Also on page 1 is a report on Shenandoah Shakespeare Express's
new theater, which is a replica of the Blackfriars.
Inside, you will find the minutes of the November meeting of the
Columbia University Seminar (featuring SHAKSPERian Tony Burton during
the discussion), a story about the new Director of the Folger
Shakespeare Library, and abstracts from "Shakespeare on Film: An
Electronic Seminar" at the 2001 SAA.
"Cum Notis Variorum: Thomas Davies, Eighteenth-Century Commentator on
Shakespeare--Marginalia and Published Notes" by Bernice W. Kliman
"The Mermaid on the Dolphin's Back" by John T. Noonan, Jr.
"Invocations to the Gods in 'King Lear': A Second Opinion" by George
The Arden Three "King Henry VI, Part 3," edited by John D. Cox and Eric
"Hamlet: New Critical Essays," edited by Arthur Kinney
A performance review of The Shakespeare's Society's "Book in Hand"
production of "Much Ado About Nothing"
Michael Best's "Electronic Shakespeare" on summer festivals, with
Karoline Szatek's "Table of Contents"
Grace Tiffany's "Review of Periodicals"
Michael P. Jensen's "Talking Books" interview with Alan Dessen
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