FEUX E. SCHELLING'S ENGUSH LITERATURE DURING THE LIFETIME OF SHAKESPEARE
8 vo. $2.50 net ; by mail, $2.70.
"A philosophy of literature.…Suggestive, interesting, learned A most illuminating chapter on Shakespeare's contemporary dramatists.…Well thought out and inspiring.… He has shown the great Elizabethan dramatist's real literary character by pointing out the stock of which his genius was the supreme efflorescence,"—Literary Digest.
H. T. STEPHENSON'S THE ELIZABETHAN PEOPLE
With 70 illustrations. $2.00 net ; by mail, $2.16.
A vivid account by an authority of such matters as "Country Life and Character"; "Amusements in General" ; "Celebration of the Calendar " ; " The Love of Spectacles " ; " Popular Superstitions" ; " Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death" ; " Domestic Life."
"Gives us a human insight into the character and daily life of Shakespeare's audience. The account is well ordered and thorough. The style is easy and entertaining."—The Bookman.
H. T. STEPHENSON'S SHAKESPEARE'S LONDON
With 42 illustrations. $2.00 net; by mail, $2.15.
A vivid portrayal and scholarly study, largely from contemporaneous sources, of the topography, customs, and picturesque side of Elizabethan life. The illustrations are mostly from old prints.
"It is something more than a mere topographical survey; the daily life of the people is described as vividly as their streets, their houses, and the mere external aspects of their week to week existence.…Brings each scene directly before the eye of the reader."—Boston Transcript.
STOPFORD A. BROOKE'S ON TEN PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE
8 vo. $2.25 net; by mail, $2.38.
Midsummer Night's Dream, Winter's Tale, Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, Richard II., Richard III., Macbeth, Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, Coriolanus not so much analyzed as " appreciated " in a thoroughly sympathetic spirit and genial style.
"A more delightful volume of criticism it would be hard to find."—Boston Transcript.
TEN BRINK'S FIVE LECTURES ON SHAKESPEARE
The Poet and the Man ; The Chronology of Shakespeare's Works ; Shakespeare as Dramatist, as Comic Poet, as Tragic Writer.—Translated by Julia Franklin. $1.25.
"No single volume on the great dramatist is, in our judgment, superior in value to this modest but extremely able work."—Outlook.
HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY