S. M. C.
July 2001
Medieval English Theatre;2001, Vol. 23, p1
Academic Journal
Book Chapter
The article presents information on various issues related to the publication of the journal including the call for paper, table of contents, and the meeting of Medieval English Theatre (METh) at Leicester, England. It requests that contributors should follow the METh house-style, and submit articles as hard copy and also on disk. The METh meeting was held in 2001 to discuss "Emotion and its Communication" on the medieval stage.


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