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  • of MacbethWilliam Shakespeare Versions of Macbeth include: Macbeth (First Folio) The Tragedy of Macbeth [source unknown] Lamb, Charles; Lamb, Mary (1809)
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  • edition The Tragedy of King Lear – 1605 The Tragedy of Macbeth – 1606 First Folio edition The Tragedy of Othello, The Moor of Venice – 1604 The Tragedy
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  • and the style guide, or leave a comment on this work's talk page. (sources: Index:Shakespeare - First Folio Faithfully Reproduced, Methuen, 1910.djvu)
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  • Facsimile of the first page of Hamlet from the First Folio, published in 1623
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  • Facsimile of the first page of Julius Caesar from the First Folio, published in 1623
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  • Facsimile of the first page of Macbeth from the First Folio, published in 1623
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  • earl of Pembroke, and Philip, earl of Montgomery, the patrons of the first folio of Shakespeare. In 1620 he issued, with an introduction signed by himself
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  • mannage of my state, as at that time Through all the signories it was the first, And Prospero, the prime Duke, being so reputed In dignity; and for the
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  • and Fletcher's plays he had a leading r61e, and he is one of the ten actors who signed the dedication of the first folio of these dramatists (1647).
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  • according to the true Originall Copies (1623), usually known as the first folio of Shakespeare. It was produced under the direction of John Heming (d
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  • First Folio by William Shakespeare 81578First FolioWilliam Shakespeare 1 The Tempest ✓ — the play was set into type from a manuscript
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  • with armour 352 The Droeshout engraving of Shakespeare prefixed to the first folio, illustrating starched band and embroidered doublet 356 John Fletcher
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  • inhuman), and the spelling of the adjective “abominable” in the first Shakespeare folio is always “abhominable.” Colloquially “abomination” and “abominable”
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  • company. They were not included in the First Folio of 1623, nor in a reprint of it in 1632, known as the Second Folio; but all seven were appended to the
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  • carry out his project. Commendatory poems by Brome are prefixed to the first folio edition of Beaumont and Fletcher's works (1647), and to the second edition
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  • edited, for the then recently formed New Shakspere Society, the first folio and the first quarto of ‘Henry the Fifth,’ and began the preparation of the
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  • matrimonii sacramento". The first edition is said to have appeared at Genoa in 1602; but this can have been only the first folio volume, for which permission
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  • edition in 1905. Mr Lee edited in 1902 the Oxford facsimile edition of the first folio of Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories and Tragedies, followed in 1902
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  • edited it in 1825 as ‘The Diary of Henry Teonge,’ with a facsimile of the first folio of the manuscript (London, 8vo). The narrative reveals the diarist as
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  • circumstance that when, in 1623, Jaggard completed the printing of the first folio edition of Shakespeare's collected plays, he presented to Vincent one
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