n Shakespeare in Southern Africa - Editorial




It is only appropriate to begin this issue of with an expression of gratitude to Brian Pearce, who edited the journal for almost a decade after ushering it into the new millennium. Readers, contributors, guest editors and editorial consultants can all attest to his great care in producing the journal each year - and to the invaluable service he has performed for Shakespeare scholarship in doing so. With some trepidation, then, I have taken over the editorship of a journal entering its twenty-first year of existence. Fortunately for me, Laurence Wright (in his capacity as Managing Editor) has made the transition a smooth one. I would also like to extend my thanks to those colleagues who act as peer reviewers of articles submitted to the journal - it is a vital task that requires no small amount of time and intellectual energy. Finally, I'd like to mention the work of Bev Cummings-Penlington, who takes dull wordprocessed documents and turns them into "something rich and strange" : the printed page (or, as likely, the pdf file) you have before you.


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