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S H A K S P E A. R. E.
H IS TIMES:
CRITICISMS ON HIS GENIUS AND WRITINGS: A NEW CHRONOLOGY OF HIS PLAYS;
By NATHAN DRAKE, M.D.
AUTHOR of “Liter ARY Hours,” AND of “Essays on PERiodical LITERATURE.”
— On the tip of his subduing tongue
The very age and body of the time, his form and pressure.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
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