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On 3 July 2012 20:45, David Boyd <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> As far as I know, the intention is to make each and every piece of
> information very readily available and searchable online, although
> doubtless it won't be for free, but only to subscribers to the joint
> venture information portal.
>
> It's the view of the Project movers and shakers that all this will more
> than stand in the place of all the previous life writing etc., and perform
> just the same functions, but with bells and whistles firmly attached, as
> the fullest biography.
>
> Here's Hoping !!
>
> On 3 July 2012 20:12, Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> On 7/3/2012 10:41 AM, Materer, Timothy J. wrote:
>>
>>> Thanks David for the info on the project. Not sure if the post mentioned
>>> that the Complete Prose will be published online by Johns Hopkins U. Press
>>> (see below) and available on their Project Muse website. So, yes, thank
>>> goodness for libraries--if you can find a library that pays for the
>>> database.
>>>
>>
>>     Sorry if I missed this happy detail in David's post, and joyful day,
>> god willing, the creek don't rise, and shrinking budgets in my locale don't
>> excise retirees from digital library privileges by 2014...
>>
>>   Thanks,
>>   Ken A
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>> Ron Shuchard is co-editor of all the volumes.
>>>
>>> Vol. 1 APPRENTICE YEARS, 1905-1918, contains student philosophical
>>> essays, Knowledge and Experience, and early reviews, ed. J S Booker.
>>>
>>> Vol. 2 includes classic essays such as Hamlet and Tradition, edited by
>>> Anthony Cuda.
>>>
>>> Vol. 3  (no title yet) 1927-29, ed. Jennifer Formichelli, Frances
>>> Dickey, Ron Schuchard
>>>
>>> http://www.jhu.edu/~gazette/**2006/11dec06/11hodson.html<http://www.jhu.edu/~gazette/2006/11dec06/11hodson.html>
>>>
>>>
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