Currently I am working, very slowly, on a to-be on-line anthology of Early Modern drama. This will be rather a huge undertaking and will be centered on pedagogy. I have about thirty-five plays footnoted, most of them introduced, and most of them student tested. Chances are that if you and I will share EGL 362 together, you'll be my guinea pig and get a manuscript (not aptly named anymore, as no "manus"has been "scribing" on the page for years. . .) to hopefully enjoy, but also to critique constructively. Where would I be without my students? Many of these plays have been absent from the classroom for ages, and they do not deserve to be out in the cold! So much wonderfully inventive poisoning, violence, deviant sex, blood, and guts should not be ignored.  

Department of English, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-5350 - Undergraduate: 631 632-7400 | Graduate: 631 632-7373

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