Who's who and What's what in Shakespeare: Giving References by Topics to Notable Passages and Significant Expressions, Brief Histories of the Plays, Geographical Names and Historical Incidents, Mention of All Characters and Sketches of Important Ones, Together with Explanations of Allusions and Obscure and Obsolete Words and Phrases
An A-Z catalog with over 6,000 entries that includes an extensive concordance of words and definitions in their Shakespearean context; major themes and motifs; historical personages; background facts and dates; concise summaries of the plots of the plays; descriptions of major as well as minor characters; and commentaries by distinguished scholars and critics.
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