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William Shakespeare: The Tragedy of King Richard the Second  wikidata:Q59570050 s:en:Richard II (1921) Yale 
Author
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William Shakespeare: The Tragedy of King Richard the Second
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Editor
Llewellyn Morgan Buell
Publisher
Yale University Press
Title
The Tragedy of King Richard the Second
Series title The Yale Shakespeare
Edition 1st edition
Object type version, edition, or translation
Description
English: 1921 first edition of The Tragedy of King Richard the Second, as edited and annotated by Llewellyn M. Buell for The Yale Shakespeare series.
Language English
Publication date 1921
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Place of publication New Haven
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