No, copying by hand would be monumental. But it would make sense for maybe
Faber to reproduce the whole thing digitally. I'm just wondering if anyone
knows whether that or similar has been considered. Is it on microfilm, etc?
At 08:46 PM 4/5/2007, Peter Montgomery wrote:
>I think it started in 1919 or so, so some of it will be decopyrightafied.
>when I had access to it in what is now the British Library, no
>copying resources were available. I actually copied out some of them by
>Not willing to type them in now.
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>Subject: Re: source for eliot essay
> > The Criterion here is socked away in our library's annex, at the edge of
> > town, the journal itself not easily perusable in helpings of more than two
> > or three volumes at a time. Wonder if anyone's thought to put it on DVD?
> > Or, if it's out of copyright, a volume a year on CD? Any rumors? Has this
> > come up here before? What do they say is the first thing to go?
> > Cheers,
> > Ken A.
> > At 07:01 PM 4/3/2007, Peter Montgomery wrote:
> > >Every issue of the Criterion had a sort of editorial section,
> > >unsigned, by Eliot. lots of fascinating goodies.You might try there.
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