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Date: Tue, 09 Feb 1999 15:19:18 +0000
Subject: Re: PUPT: Re: Your notice on "puptcrit"


Dear Peter (s)

Sorry this is rather confused - I sent a message to Peter re my book on
shadow puppetry, and it has just been sent back to me with a failure notice.

I hope this time it gets through, and if it's the wrong Peter reading it,
please forward to the one who teaches foreign students!

Many thanks.

Franzeska

Dear Peter,

I use shadow theatre with ALL ages, and I find it works well with all
levels. If people are shy about speaking, for whatever reason, it can free
them up to be in the dark and speaking through a shadow character. I first
developed my methods to help teach English to children whose first language
was Urdu.

The book, 'Let the Shadows Speak'  is available from Trentham Books, ISBN 1
85856 099 3    12.95.

I have just asked Trentham about details of the US agent but haven't heard
back yet. If you have problems, get back to me. I can send you a copy and
add on the p&p.

Do get back in touch,  

FranzeskaAt 06:40 PM 12/30/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi, Jim
>
>It's great that you advertised your shows at the Puppet Playhouse on
>puptcrit!
>
>I'm looking forward to meeting you,
>Jan. 2nd.
>
>Best,
>Peter
>
>
> 
>
>
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