Shakespeare as spoken: a collation of 5000 acting editions and promptbooks of Shakespeare, Volume 7

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Published for American Theatre Association by University Microfilm International, Nov 1, 1979 - Literary Criticism - 547 pages
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Contents

Measure for Measure
i
BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR KING HENRY VI Part 1 SS 468h
ii
MAKESPEARE GLOBE EDITION and SHAKESPEARE AS SPOKEN
iv
BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR KING HENRY VI SS 468b
vi
BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR KING HENRY VI Part 1 SS 468h
xvi
The First Part of King Henry VI
xviii
Bed Hung be the heavens with black yield 9 day to night 10 Comets importing change of times and states
xxi
Thy wife is proud she holdeth thee in awe 39
xxiii
Else neer could they hold out so as they do
43
By my consent well even let them alone
44
A ten Be it so
45
That Alexander Iden an escuire of Kent
46
toils
47
Oppose thy steadfastgazing eyes to mine
48
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A holy maid hither with me I bring
51

A third thinks without expense at all 76
xxv
Having full scarce six thousand in his troop 112
1
Whose bloody deeds shall make all Europe auake 156
3
The Mucky Wives or Windsor
4
Or piteous thev will look like drowned mice
12
here?
13
Remaineth none but madbraind SpHabury
15
And he may well in fretting spend his gall
16
Xor men nor money hath he to make war
17
them
18
Xow for the honour of the forlorn French
19
m I forgive my death that kiileth me 20
20
When he sees me go back one foot or fly Exeunt
21
fled
23
But that they lefr me midst my enemies
24
Rtig Salisbury is a desperate homicide
25
He fighteth as one weary of his life
26
The other lords like lions wanting food
27
Do rush upon us as their hungry prey
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to US 47
29
A ten froissart a countryman of ours records
29
England all Olivers and Rowlands bred 30
30
During the time Edward the Third did reign
31
More truly now may this be verified
32
For none but Samsons and Goliases
33
It sendeth forth to skirmish One to ten
34
Lean rawboned rascals who would eer suppose
35
They had such courage and audacity?
36
Char Lets leave this town for they are hare 235 braind slaves
37
Of old I know them rather with their teeth 39
39
over was broached and beard thee too Look on
40
The walls theyll tear down than forsake the siege 4 0
41
Their arms are set like docks still to strike on
42
Which by a vision sent to her from heaven
52
Ordained is to raise this tedious siege
53
And drive the English forth the bounds of France
54
The spirit of deep prophecy siie hath
55
Whats past and whats to come she can descry
57
Speak shall I call her in? Kelieve my words
58
For they are certain and unfa iiLle
59
first to try her skill 60
60
By this means shall we sound what skill she hath
63
Reenter Vic Bastard of Orleans with Joan 264+1 La Pccelle 265 Rtig Fair maid ist thou wilt do these won 266 drous feats?
64
guile me?
65
Where is the Dauphin? Come come from behind
66
know thee well though never seen before
67
In private will I talk with thee apart 69
69
Stand back you lords and give us leave awhile
70
Reig She takes upon her bravely at first dash
71
daughter
72
My wit untraind in any kind of art
73
Heaven and our Lady gracious hcth it pleased
74
Lo whilst I waited on my tender lambs
76
And to suns parching heat diplayd my cheeks
77
Gods mother deigned to appear to me
78
And in a vision full of majesty
79
WUTd me to leave my bae vcation 80
80
In complete glory she reveald herself
83
Hamlet Prince or Denmark
113
BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR KING HENRY VI Part 2 SS 495b
114
2456 news for him 46
249
BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR KING HENRY VI Part 3 SS 525d
113
1980 Thb second Part of Kino Henry VI 496
114
Coeiolahus
185
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