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THE EDITOR'S FENCE 1. Old Rates for 1980, New Rates for 1981ι Once more, and with what must seem like habitual reluctance and regrets, we must announce an increase in subscription rates beginning with Volume 2k (I98I). Rates for the current Volume 23 (1980) remain as they have been. We can only plead that we inflate more slowly than the rest of the economy . New Rates for 1981s U. S. - $6.00¡ foreign (including Canada) - $7.00. Single-copy rates remain the same as currently! U. S. -$2.00¡ foreign (including Canada)- $2.50. Since we pay as we go, payment with orders will be appreciated. 2. Coming Up» The present issue is devoted entirely to an annotated bibliography of writings on Corvo. The next number of ELT contains articles on Corvo, Hardy, Galsworthy, and Haggard, as well as some reviews. Future issues will have articles on Ford, Forster, Hardy, Butler, and Leslie Stephen and Virginia Woolf, and annotated bibliographies of writings on Lord Alfred Douglas and Arthur Wing Pinero. Still other submissions are under consideration for our I98I numbers. 3. Thomas Hardy Society of America ι The American Thomas Hardy Society has begun publication of its Newsletter. For the present it may be obtained gratis from The Thomas Hardy Society of America, New York University, Department of English, 19 University Place, New York, NY (IOOO3). I have already reported the Society's spring inaugural symposium held on March 31« The papers presented at this meeting are being bound for deposit in Thomas Hardy Society of England's Dorset Library. On 12 Dec 1979 the Society sponsored an informal seminar at New York University on "Hardy as Poet« Character and Characteristics." ...

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ISSN
1559-2715
Print ISSN
0013-8339
Pages
p. 2
Launched on MUSE
2010-05-21
Open Access
No
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