Congratulations on marrying off your last of 3 offspring! Please
congratulate Monica for me. The Twomeys have told me all about it.I look
forward to hearing more in your newsletter.No need to answer as I'm sure
you are busy. I'll be sending out a newsletter expressing my feelings
I've finished the last of my major assignments and can turn my attention
to the people in my life. I remember well the summers when you and
Eleanore used to visit here. I'm writing in haste to convey my gratitude
for your Norton vol on Elizabeth. It will go in my Elizabeth box in
which most of the material is from you. I had hoped to offer you as a
paper in the Q Eliz Society my essay Spenser's Equations of his Queen as
Christ, but it will be out soon in Psalms in the Early-Modern World, ed.
by Kari McBride and David Orvis.
Donald Stump wrote:
> As you tidy up your desk at the end of the term, I hope you'll
> consider sending the /*Sidney World Bibliography*/ an abstract of an
> article or book. The bibliography is an all-volunteer project affiliated
> with the International Sidney Society, and we have a fair number of
> unannotated items, most of them recent.
> If you've written something yourself that still lacks an abstract (or
> has been published since our last update two years ago), we'd be glad to
> hear from you. The hits jump dramatically once items have been
> annotated. If you don't have an article or book of your own to
> summarize, it would be a great help if you picked one that you like that
> hasn't been done, emailed me to be sure it's still free, and wrote it up.
> To browse the site (and the /Spenser World Bibliography/), go
> to *bibs.slu.edu <http://bibs.slu.edu>*. We'll be doing a fresh update
> in late summer. _*Deadline for submissions: July 15*._
> By the way, *if your library hasn't added the Sidney and Spenser
> bibliographies* to its list of online resources on its main website,
> could I also ask that you drop your librarian an email? There's no risk;
> we're never going to charge for access, and lots of students find their
> way to the sites from library pages.
> Thanks to everyone who has been lending a hand over the last year! We're
> making progress.
> Donald Stump, Project Director
> Sidney World Bibliography