Shakespeare's Books: A Dissertation on Shakespeare's Reading and the Immediate Sources of His Works (Classic Reprint)

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Fb&c Limited, 22 nov. 2017 - 342 pagina's
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In the fifth chapter I have given many bibliographical details. This is due to the fact that the materials are widely scattered. A collective volume containing all the old ballads and songs, quoted. Or referred to by Shakespeare, together with the old music, and a short analysis of the plots of the romances, etc., in question, will be publish ed by the German Shakespeare Society. This work which I refer to as the later volume (cf. P. 155) will form part of Shakespeare's Library (of. P.

Mr. Daniel said to me, that I had given too' many references throughout. I admit I have given many. But they are not superfluous. References, generally speaking, are of two kinds. The one sort serves to Shuffle Off the shoulder of the writer the responsibility of his assertion. If y', ou he means, want to bother about investigating this question you can study the article there or there. DO it if you like. As for me, I Shall not tell you whether I read it; but I know about it.

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