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Apparently PBS is going to show the Met's Tristan tomorrow night.  Can
hardly wait.  Didn't you say something about the lighting, maybe when they
drink from the cup?  What was that, Pat?  I can't remember.

Robert

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	Subject:	Arthuriana: The Journal of Arthurian Studies

	The Spring 2001 issue of Arthuriana is out, and I'm sorry to say it
seems to 
	be print only, with only abstracts of articles available on their
Internet 
	site. But it looks really beautiful, and not just because it has my
article 
	on Eliot's borrowings from Wagner operas in TWL. 
	
	Though it's an odd coincidence, most of the  articles deal with
Tristan and 
	Parsifal, two of the three operas that TSE references in TWL. And
they all 
	look like interesting articles.  Also, the editor, Professor Hall
Peyton 
	III, wrote what looks like a thorough introduction to Wagner's uses
of 
	material from Arthiurian Romances. 
	
	pat