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April 21, 1988

ELECTRONIC TEXT RELEASES “THE COMPLETE RIVERSIDE SHAKESPEARE”

By CBR Staff Writer

What day is it tomorrow? Shame on you if you’re English and you didn’t know it was St George’s Day, and a silver star second class for those who also remembered that it’s Shakespeare’s birthday: Electronic Text Corp of Provo, Utah certainly remembers that anniversary and is celebrating it by releasing an electronic version of The Complete Riverside Shakespeare by arrangement with Houghton-Mifflin Publishing of Boston and it comes on four sets of MS-DOS floppy disks comprising the Comedies, the Histories, the Tragedies, and Romances & Poems at $100 a set or $300 if you buy the Compleat Works; the companion WordCruncher program is needed to study the works and make correlations; it costs from $100 to $300.

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