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  • Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt 192587Characters of Shakespeare's PlaysWilliam Hazlitt Introduction by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
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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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  • Sonnets. A collection of Mr William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories and Tragedies was printed at the press of William and Isaac Dramas. Jaggard, and
    128 KB (20,738 words) - 18:09, 25 December 2012
  • shows ironical contempt. In ‘Cymbeline,’ ‘Winter's Tale,’ and ‘Tempest,’ the three latest plays that came from Shakespeare's unaided pen, he dealt with
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  • Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt Macbeth 192598Characters of Shakespeare's Plays — MacbethWilliam Hazlitt MACBETH      The
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  • Kemble, Charles (DNB00) (category 1892 works)
    in ‘High Life below Stairs,’ Ferdinand in the ‘Tempest,’ Guiderius in ‘Cymbeline,’ Philotas in the ‘Grecian Daughter,’ followed. In the summer season,
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  • as comedies into three kinds: the first he would class under the head of pure comedy, the next of heroic or romantic drama, the third of mixed comedy and
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  • Faucit, Helena Saville (DNB01) (category 1901 works)
    May, Lucy Countess of Carlisle in Browning's ‘Strafford.’ Imogen in ‘Cymbeline,’ Hermione in ‘The Winter's Tale,’ and Marion in Knowles's ‘Wrecker's
    378 bytes (2,344 words) - 17:21, 8 October 2012
  • Phelps, Samuel (DNB00) (category 1896 works)
    In the following season came Adam in ‘As you like it,’ Belarius in ‘Cymbeline,’ Stukeley, Gloucester in ‘Jane Shore,’ Hubert in ‘King John,’ Mr. Oakley
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  • Shakespeare and his Times (1817), Thornberry's Shakespeare's England (1856), Knight's Shakespeare (1843). See also Works by Guizot, De Quincey, Fullom, Elze, and
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  • First Folio Faithfully Reproduced (category 1910 works)
    763970 MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES, HISTORIES, AND TRAGEDIESFaithfully Reproduced in Facsimilefrom the Edition of 1623 William Shakespeare1910
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  • Nuttall Encyclopædia — IJames Wood I Iachimo, an arch-villain in Shakespeare'sCymbeline,” who attempts to violate the chastity of Imogen. Iachus, the son
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  • which he made a successful start with the comedy “The Sullen Lovers” (1668); his numerous plays, chiefly comedies, are of little poetic value, but serve
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  • Measure, for Measure (category 1910 works)
    MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES, HISTORIES, AND TRAGEDIES Faithfully Reproduced in Facsimile from the Edition of 1623  (1910)  William Shakespeare
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  • After Ten Years: Editorial The Significance of 'Cymbeline', A.A. Stephenson, The Criticism of Shakespeare's Late Plays: A Caveat, F.R. Leavis Language and
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  • Garrick, David (DNB00) (category 1890 works)
    the season played in some of his own pieces. Garrick's alteration of 'Cymbeline,' 28 Nov. 1761, was, after the production of one or two pieces to commemorate
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  • Shakespeare's Cymbeline. The scene in which their meeting with their father Rāma is described reaches a high degree of poetic merit. Among the works of
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  • Thrace, famed for their skill in building. Cymbeline, a legendary British king, and the hero of Shakespeare's romance play of the name. Cynægirus, a brother
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  • Bourbon dynasty: she was a voluminous writer of moral tales, comedies, &c., and her works amount to about 90 vols., among them the celebrated “Mémoirs”
    271 KB (42,969 words) - 18:26, 27 September 2010
  • Irving, Henry (DNB12) (category 1912 works)
    The following September saw him back at the Lyceum, where he produced ‘Cymbeline,’ himself playing Iachimo. On 19 Dec. 1896 he revived ‘King Richard III
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