An Account of the Only Known Manuscript of Shakespeare's Plays: Comprising Some Important Variations and Corrections in the Merry Wibes of Windsor, Obtained from a Playhouse Copy of that Play Recently Discovered
J.R.Smith, 1843 - 24 pages
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