The Works of Mr. William Shakespear [sic], 1. kötet
In the last few years interest in eighteenth–century editions of Shakespeare has grown extremely rapidly. Some of the most exciting recent Shakespeare criticism has been about the work of Rowe and his successors.
In 1807 the first of the major editions of Shakespeare's works was published by Jacob Tonsen, edited by the dramatist Nicholas Rowe.
This edition presents that text and also includes Shakespeare's poems, edited by Gildon in 1710.
For the first time in a collected edition the language of Shakespeare's plays was systematically modernized and repunctuated. Rowe was the first to include lists of the characters for every play, the first to divide all the plays into acts and scenes, the first to mark the location of each scene.
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