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THE EDITOR'S FENCE 1. The Ninth Annual ELT Conference: Chicago: The subject of the Conference this year is The Georgian and Trench Poets. The MLA has assigned us the following day, hour, and place Date: 28 December 1965 Time: 10:30-11:45 a.m. Place: Palmer House, Room 7 Requests for admission should be sent to the Discussion Leader, Helmut E. Gerber, Department of English, Purdue University, W3 Lafayette, Indiana 47907. Admission will be granted in the order in which requests are received up to the limit set for Conferences by the MLA. 2. Reprints: We wish to remind our readers again that the first four volumes of what was then ENGLISH FICTION IN TRANSITION are being reprinted by Kraus Reprint Corporation, 16 East 46th Street, New York, N. Y. 10017. These volumes, available in clothbound and paperbound format, must be ordered from the Kraus reprint firm, which will handle billing and distribution* 3. Photo-Offset and Subscription Rates: We shall accept subscriptions for Volume 9 (I960) at the same rates that we have been charging for some years: $1.00 for U. S. purchasers; $2.25 for subscribers in Canada and overseas. We cannot at this time accept subscriptions for Volume 10 (1967). We still plan to produce ELT by means of the photo-offset process with a wrap-around cover beginning with Volume 10 (I967). This will necessitate increased rates. We shall announce these rates as early in 1966 as possible, 4. Future Conferences: We shall be pleased to have suggestions from our subscribers and from those attending the Conference in Chicago about topics we might discuss at future meetings. We have had a number of requests to make Thomas Hardy the subject of one of these meetings; others have proposed that we discuss the drama in the ELT period at one of the conference meetings. Vie welcome your reaction to these proposals and your suggestions of other appropriate subjects. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. PELL: the Voice of MMLA: PAPERS ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, published at Southern Illinois University, will become the official organ of the Midwest Modern Language Association, effective 1966. The terms of the agreement are given in PELL, I (Summer 1965), 287. ...

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1559-2715
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0013-8339
Pages
p. v
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2010-05-21
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No
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