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"To be or not to be?"

Now, that is a frequently asked question.

Welcome to the HLAS FAQ. This file contains answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) pertaining to William Shakespeare and the Usenet newsgroup Humanities.Lit.Authors.Shakespeare (HLAS).

Use the navigation bar on the left to get to the more interesting sections. This HTML version of the HLAS FAQ has been optimized for a screen resolution of 800x600 pixels and 16-bit color (or higher). If, for some reason, your computer can't display this file properly, or you just liked the old layout better, you can also access the No Frames Version. It contains the same information as this file. The No Frames Version is also your best bet if you want to download the complete FAQ for off-line use.

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The HLAS FAQ was originally compiled by:

Julia Cuffe, Gary Kosinski, Andreas Stokke, Stephanie L. Johnson, Andreas Schlenger, Tom Reedy, Wolfgang Preiss, Mark Alexander, Caius Marcius, Dogbrain, Joe Conlon, Terry Ross, David Kathman, Anistra, Lyn Wood, Emma Harper, Harry Tarsky, Cezary Raczko, Robert L Smith, Tlbeck1, Paul L, Linda Fletcher, & Robert.

This site is maintained by Wolfgang Preiss.

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The content of the FAQ is freely distributable. It would be nice, however, if you told people where you got it from.

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Last updated on April 21st, 2003.