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Patrick McCarthy <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 10 Jan 1994 11:45:26 -0800
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sat, 8 Jan 1994 16:07:27 -0500
From: "Stephen Davies, Mount Royal College, Calgary; Ph#(403)240-6019" <SDAVIES@
To: dickns-l <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Gaslight search for etext edition of Dickens' detective stories

        As coordinator of a new literary discussion list, Gaslight (see
        yesterday's announcement below), I am looking for an etext
        version of Dickens' detective stories (I think there's four
        stories in all).  I would like to draw a comparison between them
        and other stories of the time, some supposedly written as
        memoirs of real detectives.
                If anyone knows of an etext source for these stories,
        I would appreciate hearing from them at this email address:

                                [log in to unmask]

                Thank you.
                                                Stephen Davies
*  Stephen Davies                       Internet:  [log in to unmask] *
*    Library Assistant,                 Phone:     (403)240-6207         *
*    _Gaslight_ coordinator,            FAX:       (403)240-6763         *
*    multiLIS Western Canada User Group Chair,                           *
*    Mount Royal College Support Staff President, and                    *
*    Quality Education Coalition, Central Alberta Division Chair         *
*  Mount Royal College, Calgary                                          *

---------------------------Forwarded announcement----------------------------
                We are announcing _Gaslight_, a new list to encourage
        appreciation of short stories from the Victorian era and up to
        1919.  The stories chosen for discussion will be about ADVENTURE,
        MYSTERY and THE WEIRD.  All stories will either be commonly
        available or will be made available through etexts by email.
        There will also be relevant non-fiction pieces and humour of
        the period.

                _Gaslight_ is a Mailserv, not a Listserv, at Mount Royal
        College, Calgary.  To subscribe, send to: [log in to unmask]
        the following command:  subscribe Gaslight yourname

        To obtain a schedule of readings before subscribing,
        send to:   [log in to unmask]
        the following command:  send [Gaslight]Schedule.lst

[N.B.] There is no space between [Gaslight] and Schedule.lst

        For further information, feel free to contact
                Stephen Davies          [log in to unmask]
            or  Diana Patterson         [log in to unmask]