Hero and Leander (Marlowe)

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Hero and Leander  (1821) 
Christopher Marlowe and George Chapman

HERO AND LEANDER.

BY

MARLOW AND CHAPMAN.

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HERO AND LEANDER.

A Poem.

BY

CHRISTOPHER MARLOW,

AND

GEORGE CHAPMAN.

A NEW EDITION, REVISED AND CORRECTED;

WITH A CRITICAL PREFACE.


——————A story of deep love,
How young Leander crossed the Hellespont.

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Chiswick:
FROM THE PRESS OF C. WHITTINGHAM,
COLLEGE HOUSE.

M DCCC XXI.

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DEDICATION.


To the greatest genius born since the glorious day of Michel-Agnolo,

HENRY FUSELI, ESQ . A. M.

AND P.P. ROY. ACAD.

who, in his embodied conception of Hero and Leander, has raised mortal passion to the sublime, by its burning intensity, this little revival is offered, as an unworthy but sincere testimony of the deepest admiration for the diversified powers of his mind and art.

The Binder will cut out this leaf and place it before the Preface.

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This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.