Reasons for a New Edition of Shakespeare's Works: Containing Notices of the Defects of Former Impressions, and Pointing Out the Lately Acquired Means of Illustrating the Plays, Poems, and Biography of the Poet
Whittaker & Company, 1842 - 56 pages
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21 vols adduce All's altered ascertain AVE MARIA LANE Ben Jonson blunder Chettle collation comedy conjecture correct corrector Daniel dates DEFECTS OF FORMER dramas dramatist Duke of Devonshire edition of Shakespeare's EDITION SHAKESPEARE'S editors Edward Alleyn Egerton's folio emendation England's Parnassus errors evidence F.S.A. AUTHOR folio editions Gentlemen of Verona Henry ILLUSTRATING THE PLAYS inserted instance Jonson king LATELY ACQUIRED MEANS Leontes Lord Francis Egerton Love Labours Won Love's Labours Lost Lucrece Malone Malone's Shakespeare manuscript Measure for Measure Merchant of Venice Meres metre mistake never old copy omitted original Othello passage Pattadis Tamia player-editors poet printed published quarto quotations quoted reader reading remarkable reprint respect Richard Romeo and Juliet sear'd Shake Shakespeare by Boswell Shakespeare wrote Shrew Sonnets speare Steevens substituted supposed Taming text of Shakespeare theatre thou tion Troilus and Cressida Twelfth Night volume Winter's Tale word written