Shakespeare and the Welsh

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Haskell House Publishers, 1919 - Wales - 255 pages
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An examination of why the works of Shakespeare have a peculiar interest for the Welsh people. Chapters include Stratford-upon-Avon, The Welsh Schoolmaster, Some Notable Welshmen of Shakespeare's Time, Shakespeare's Attitude Toward the Welsh, The Welsh Ancestry of Shakespeare, The Welsh Legends & Allusions in the Plays, The Welsh Captain in "Richard II," Owen Glendower, Hugh Evans, Fluellen, Shakespeare's Puck & the Welsh "PWCCA," Wales in the Sixteenth Century, Scenes in Which Welsh Characters Appear.

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