|Please Note: This is a work in progress. Until it is finished, the zipfile containing the entire set of files will not be available. I apologise for the inconvenience. If you send email to me, I would be more than happy to notify you when the zipfile is available.|
A zipped version of The Dancing Master is available for download by those who wish to study it without the inevitable net lag. If using PKUNZIP, be sure to use the -d option to preserve the directory structures. Filenames have been kept to the MS-DOS 8.3 limit, so that users of that operating system will be able to use a local copy.
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- These pages, or modifications thereof, may not be included in any other work, collection or application, commercial or otherwise, in electronic or hardcopy format, without my permission. Permission may be obtained by writing to me at <firstname.lastname@example.org> (or, if that fails, at <email@example.com>).
- The notice at the bottom of each page must be retained. I do not claim copyright of The Dancing Master itself, but as the production of an HTML version required a substantial amount of work, I would at least enjoy the courtesy of being given credit for this version.
- If, once you have downloaded the zipfile, you wish to pass it along to others, please give them the original, unmodified archive.
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To download the zipfile, click here.
(Wondering where the actual download link is? Look at the big red text at the top of the page!)
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