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Issue 23

Women in Jazz, Limericks, Book Lover, Electronic Texts, How They Brought Good News from Ghent to Aix, Do You Remember, Larick, John Manningham, Pseudo German all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Women in Jazz, Limericks, Book Lover, Electronic Texts, How They Brought Good News from Ghent to Aix, Do You Remember, Larick, John Manningham, Pseudo German

 

 

Contents of Issue 23 (January 2001)
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A Few Words for the Reader Who Has Heard It All Before 
— Tony Rogers

Now, what might those words be, do you suppose?
Jazz, a Womanly Thing? — Clare Hansson
"The contributions of these women have more than ephemeral significance, and it is enlightening to focus on the significant contribution of a female artist who, for more than five decades, has been central to the mainstream of jazz history and who loudly applauds her sisters in jazz."
A woman’s place is in the band 
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
"Computers were not always in the desktop or portable form we know today. Far from it."
Bandersnatch vs. computerese?
Down Limerick Lane  — Tony Rogers
A failing quartet drags itself back from the brink 
The Book Lover — Therese Kenyon
Reader in paradise
Web Line — Tony Rogers
Some more sources of electronic texts
In the Saddle Again — Bet Briggs
"Day after day I stalked the library shelves, feverishly checking poetry anthologies red, black or whatever, any that seemed remotely promising."
Do You Remember? — Lavinia Godfrey
Childhood and adolescence — where did they go?
Larick and the Aratronts — Harlish Goop
At last! Your next Bandersnatch excerpt (Paglet 4)
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
All good clean seventeenth century fun

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