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" Thucydides, had, from a mere Doric colony, increased in magnificence to a position in no way inferior to that of Athens herself when at the summit of her political prosperity. An opportunity is thus afforded of reproducing a classical era, and placing... "
Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen - Page 458
1857
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The winter's tale. 1898

William Shakespeare - 1898
...thought it permissible to select a period which, while it accords with the spirit of the play, may be considered the most interesting, as well as the most...Assuming that the civilization of Athens was reflected by Syracuse, I feel that no period could have been selected more interesting and suggestive, or more...
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The Winter's Tale: Shakespeare

William Shakespeare - 1898 - 432 pages
...thought it permissible to select a period which, while it accords with the spirit of the play, may be considered the most interesting, as well as the most...Assuming that the civilization of Athens was reflected by Syracuse, I feel that no period could have been selected more interesting and suggestive, or more...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The winter's tale. 1898

William Shakespeare - 1898
...afforded of reproducing a classical era, and placing before the eyes of the spectator, tableaux vruants of the private and public life of the ancient Greeks,...Assuming that the civilization of Athens was reflected by Syracuse, I feel that no period could have been selected more interesting and suggestive, or more...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare, Volume 11

William Shakespeare - 1898
...the corner-stone of the whole fabric, I have adopted a period when Syracuse, according to Tbucydides, had, from a mere Doric colony, increased in magnificence...Assuming that the civilization of Athens was reflected by Syracuse, I feel that no period could have been selected more interesting and suggestive, or more...
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Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving, Volume 2

George Clinton Densmore Odell - Theater - 1920
...Syracuse at its highest rivalled Athens in splendour of architecture induced him, he tells us, to place "before the eyes of the spectator, tableaux vivants...ancient Greeks, at a time when the arts flourished to . . perfection." Accepting Sir Thomas Hanmer's substitution of Bithynia for the still vexed Bohemia,...
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The Winter's Tale

William Shakespeare - 2001 - 500 pages
...corner-stone of the whole fabric, I have adopted a period when Syracuse, according to Thucydides, bad, from a mere Doric colony, increased in magnificence...Assuming that the civilization of Athens was reflected by Syracuse, I feel that no period could have been selected more interesting and suggestive, or more...
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Shakespeare's play of the Winter's tale, arranged for representation at the ...

William Shakespeare - 1856
...thought it permissible to select a period which, while it accords with the spirit of the play, may be considered the most interesting, as well as the most...flourished to a perfection, the scattered vestiges of which stiU delight and instruct the world. Assuming that the civilization of Athens was reflected by Syracuse,...
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