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  • Illustrated Shakespeare, 1847).djvu Shakespeare's comedy of A midsummer-night's dream, 1914. (page scan index) Works by this author published before
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  • Troilus And Cressida Antony And Cleopatra Hamlet The Tempest The Midsummer Night's Dream Romeo And Juliet Lear Richard II Henry IV In Two Parts Henry V
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  • Edition of 1623  (1910)  William Shakespeare Midsummer Nights Dream 43 MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES, HISTORIES, AND TRAGEDIES Faithfully Reproduced
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  • A short but complete dramatic scene after Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. This work, which was probably intended to be the libretto for a Singspiel
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  • (1900) A Song of the English (1909) Bill the minder (1912) Hans Andersen's fairy tales (1912) The Water Babies (1915) Shakespeare's comedy of A midsummer-night's
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  • exhaustive of Shakespeare's pre-1598 writing, includes The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Comedy of Errors, Love's Labour's Lost, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The
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  • adding a few touches to the final revision, for which Shakespeare was mainly responsible. Many of Shakespeare's comedies—notably ‘Midsummer Night's Dream’ and
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  • Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt The Tempest 192606Characters of Shakespeare's Plays — The TempestWilliam Hazlitt THE TEMPEST
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  • Halliwell, James Orchard (DNB00) (category 1890 works)
    published ‘An Introduction to the Midsummer Night's Dream,’ an essay ‘On the Character of Sir John Falstaff,’ and ‘Shakesperiana,’ a catalogue of the early editions
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  • glories of knighthood in its flower impressed his imagination like a gorgeous dream, and he was thus inspired to catch and crystallize into permanent art
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  • Lyly, John (DNB00) (category 1893 works)
    Shakespeare seems indebted to Lyly's 'Endymion' for some hints in his 'Midsummer-Night's Dream.' Lyly doubtless contrived amid his classical allusions to introduce
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  • the charms of the surrounding scenery. He could not have written Midsummer Night's Dream or As You Like It if the poetry of the English greenwood had not
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  • VENICE (1594)—Italian novels, Gesta Romanorum, and earlier plays. MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (1595)—North's Plutarch, Chaucer, Ovid. ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
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  • “Henry VI.,” 1590-1592; “Two Gentlemen of Verona,” 1592-1593; “Midsummer-Night's Dream,” 1593-1594; “Richard III.,” 1593; “Romeo and Juliet,” 1591-1596
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  • episodes, the acting of Bottom and his friends, in A Midsummer Night's Dream; the second is more a comedy of humours—the bragging soldier, the pedant, and
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  • Garrick, David (DNB00) (category 1890 works)
    the ' Midsummer Night's Dream,' 3 Feb. 1755, is generally attributed to Garrick, but is repudiated by him. He delivered as a drunken sailor a prologue
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  • But its largest debt is to A Midsummer Night's Dream. In that play and The Tempest Milton recognised work of Shakespeare's which was sui generis, provoking
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  • 177;   a second poet by same name (?), 180;   collaboration with Rowley, 182;   comedy, 190;   cf. "Meddletun," 237. "Midsummer Night's Dream," compared
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  • Bottom, a weaver in the interlude in “Midsummer-Night's Dream,” whom, with his ass's head, Titania falls in love with under the influence of a love-potion
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  • Sidney, Philip (1554-1586) (DNB00) (category 1897 works)
    while many phrases in his plays, especially in the ‘Tempest’ and ‘Midsummer Night's Dream,’ closely resemble expressions in the ‘Arcadia,’ and justify the
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