Our server in Maryland was down for a while this week thanks to Hurricane Isabel. Charlie Robinson e-mailed yesterday from Delaware: "as I look out at the woods in the back yard. I see some swaying trees up 120 feet. So far winds here are merely 30 miles an hour--and I think we will get only the fringes of the storm." He was writing to ask me to post the following announcement:
Carl Woodring, Woodberry Professor Emeritus at Columbia University, noted scholar and author and editor of numerous works, including Politics in English Romantic Poetry and Coleridge’s Table Talk for the Collected Coleridge, will deliver the Fourth Annual Leslie A. Marchand Memorial Lecture on Friday, October 3, 2003, at 4:00pm, at The University of Delaware, 127 Memorial Hall, Newark, DE:
Three Byronic Heroes: Leslie Marchand, Don Juan, and Don QuixoteThe lecture is sponsored by The Byron Society of America and the English Department of the University of Delaware. A reception in the Byron Lounge will follow the lecture.
R.S.V.P. by Monday, 29 September 2003, by calling (302) 831-3654, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.