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Re: TR: Shakespeare Authorship and The Canon Emond



A plusieurs reprises, des membres qui appartiennent à des pays où le
téléphone n'est pas gratuit (dans le cas de la Belgique, c'est un
euphémisme) ont demandé de ne pas ajouter de "fichier attaché" à un
message. Celui-ci n'intéresse d'ailleurs pas nécessairement tous les
destinataites...

Pourrait-on rappeler cette règle qui me paraissait admise au sein de
Queatre ? Grand merci !

Paul Emond



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>Bonjour d'Ottawa,
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>Voici une conférence qui risque d'intéresser certains d'entre vous, surtout
>ceux et celles qui ont le plaisir d'habiter la ville de Québec...  Il y a
>une production d'un texte du grand bard au Trident cet automne, n'est-ce
>pas?
>
>Bien à vous,
>
>
>Joël Beddows
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>De : Luella Massey [mailto:l.massey@utoronto.ca]
>Envoyé : Friday, September 22, 2000 10:08 PM
>À : Graduate English
>Objet : Shakespeare Authorship and The Canon
>
>
>Shakespeare
>Authorship and the Canon
>an international conference
>
>On the weekend of October 20-21, 2000, scholars will gather at The
>Robert Gill Theatre at the University of Toronto for an international
>conference.  The focus of the conference is Shakespeare; but not the
>bard of the generally accepted canon.
>
>Since the dawn of Shakespearean scholarship, the authorship of certain
>Elizabethan plays has been in question. This conference will deal with
>various open questions concerning texts connected in one way or other
>with the name of Shakespeare, offering an opportunity to explore textual
>and theatrical issues with an unusually  broad scope.  A production of
>KING EDWARD III (which was recently published by The New Cambridge
>Shakespeare) will be presented in conjunction with the conference. This
>will be the North American premiere production of the most recent play
>to be attributed to the Elizabethan master poet.
>
>These prominent international scholars are scheduled to speak:
>
>John h. astington (U. of Toronto)
>Alan Dessen (U. of North Carolina)
>John Jowett (Shakespeare Institute)
>Alexander Leggatt (U. of Toronto)
>Jill Levenson (U. of Toronto)
>Randall Martin (U. of New Brunswick)
>Richard Proudfoot (King's College, U. of London)
>Ann Thompson (King's College, U. of  London)
>Leslie Thomson (U. of Toronto)
>Paul Werstine (U. of Western Ontario)
>Paul Yachnin (U. of British Columbia)
>
>To register for the conference,
>email the following information to  l.massey@utoronto.ca
>OR BY FAX TO 416-971-1378
>
>1. Name
>2. University and Departmental affiliation
>3. Are you a student, professor, other?
>4. Address including phone, fax, and e-mail
>5. Do you intend to see a performance of Edward III on Friday Oct 20?
>6. How did you find out about the conference?
>
>Shakespeare
>Authorship and the Canon
>an international conference
>presented by The Graduate Centre for Study of Drama,
>at the Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College St
>Oct 20-21, 2000
>Registration $40 (includes Edward III), Grad Students $10/ U. of T.
>students free (ID)
>Conference Conveners: John H. Astington and Domenico Pietropaolo
>For information: http://gradrama.sa.utoronto.ca/shakespeare/
>
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