1902. Shakespeare stands alone in more than one sense - in his unique literary power and his singular personal character. In this volume, the author presents the private and literary history of Shakespeare, rather than the settlement of debatable textual points. He aims at seeking to avoid traversing ground which has been previously exhausted, so far as the ostensible possibility of arriving at any practical result goes.
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