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Page 402 - Shakespeare's Library ; a collection of the Romances, Novels, Poems, and Histories used by Shakespeare as the foundation of his Dramas; now.first collected and accurately
Page 410 - The power, the strangeness, the volubility of his language, the audacity of his satire, and the perfect originality of his manner, made Skelton one of the most extraordinary writers of any age or
Page 266 - Essay upon Satyr, or a Poem on the Times, under the names of the Golden Age, the Silver Age, the Brazen Age, and the Iron Age, to which is added a Satyr against
Page 222 - Brome (R.) Lachrymae Musarum : The Tears of the Muses exprest in Elegies written by divers persons of nobility and worth upon the death of Henry Lord Hastings,
Page 467 - Life of Long Meg of Westminster, containing the mad merry prankes she played in her life time, not onely in performing sundry quarrels with divers ruffians about London, but also how valiantly she behaved her self in the wars of
Page 401 - He has taken for his theme Othello, and after analyzing it through several pages, he winds up with the following summary :—" There is in this play some burlesk, some humour and ramble of

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