[ilds] Ray, Patrick, Bruce and others

Godshalk, William (godshawl) godshawl at ucmail.uc.edu
Mon Nov 1 12:49:50 PDT 2010

After a long search, I found that I do indeed have some of the early red Deus Locis. Sorry to put ya'all to the trouble, when I could have done it myself.

W. L. Godshalk *
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On 11/1/10 1:39 PM, Godshalk, William (godshawl) wrote:

Ray Morrison got his information from  Deus Loci 4 (1980) 3-11, in an essay by Patrick von  Richtofen.

Happy to oblige, Bill.  See attached pdf, for which I have scanned only those pages making reference to Middleton & Durrell.

The remainder of Richtofen's piece treats Tropic of Cancer and the Hamlet letters, but not Middleton's Blacke Booke.  This seems an opportunity missed.

In my opinion, you have plenty of work to do on The Black Book and The Blacke Booke, Bill.  You know Shakespeare, Middleton, Elizabethiana, &c. better than anyone else with a working knowledge of Durrell.  Go for it.

My appreciation to the late Carol Peirce and Virginia Carruthers who gifted me the full run of the Old Style Deus Loci.


Charles L. Sligh
Assistant Professor
Department of English
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
charles-sligh at utc.edu<mailto:charles-sligh at utc.edu>

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