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  • Labour's Lost Much Ado About Nothing As You Like It The Taming Of The Shrew Measure For Measure The Merry Wives Of Windsor The Comedy Of Errors Doubtful
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  • Merry Wives of Windsor – 1599 A Midsummer Night's Dream – 1594 Much Ado About Nothing – 1600 The Taming of the Shrew – 1594 Twelfth Night, or What You
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  • Measure mixed with Much Ado About Nothing Macbeth (performed 5 November 1664; printed 1674), an operatic adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth Greene's Tu
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  • half-comedy, half melodrama, of Much Ado About Nothing to the joyous farce of The Merry Wives of Windsor, and to his two perfectly sunny comedies the sylvan
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  • was mainly responsible. Many of Shakespeare's comedies—notably ‘Midsummer Night's Dream’ and ‘Much Ado about Nothing’—exhibit familiarity with the dramatic
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  • acted by Alleyn and his company about 1592. Peter in Shakespeare's ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and Dogberry in ‘Much Ado about Nothing’ undoubtedly belonged to Kemp's
    360 bytes (2,971 words) - 06:56, 29 December 2012
  • introductory—george chapman—ben jonson—his theory of comedy—earlier comedies—tragedies—mature comedies—last plays—masques—'sad shepherd'—achievement—mar
    553 bytes (13,056 words) - 05:38, 18 September 2013
  • Farren, Ellen (DNB12) (category 1912 works)
    well sustained her reputation by performances of Ursula in Shakespeare's 'Much Ado about Nothing' (Haymarket, 12 Dec. 1874) and Maria in 'Twelfth Night'
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  • Vezin, Jane Elizabeth (DNB12) (category 1912 works)
    his Australian tour of 1855, appearing with him as Beatrice in ‘Much Ado About Nothing,’ Emilia in ‘Othello,’ Pauline in ‘The Lady of Lyons,’ and Lady
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  • and Achitophel.” Dogberry, a self-satisfied night constable in “Much Ado about Nothing.” Dog-days, 20 days before and 20 after the rising of the dog-star
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  • “Taming of the Shrew,” 1597 (?); “Merry Wives of Windsor,” 1598; “Much Ado about Nothing,” 1598; “As You Like It,” 1599; “Twelfth Night,” 1600-1601; “Julius
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  • Sullivan, Barry (DNB00) (category 1898 works)
    at Stratford was opened on 23 April 1879 with a performance of 'Much Ado about Nothing,' Sullivan was the Benedick to the Beatrice of Miss Helen Faucit
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  • WIVES OF WINDSOR (1597-8)—Italian novels (?). HENRY V. (1599). MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (1599)—Partly from Italian. AS YOU LIKE IT (1599)—Lodge's Rosalynde
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  • Phelps, Samuel (DNB00) (category 1896 works)
    Hubert in ‘King John,’ Mr. Oakley in the ‘Jealous Wife,’ Leonato in ‘Much Ado about Nothing,’ &c. On 8 Feb. 1842 he was the original Captain Channel in Jerrold's
    326 bytes (3,172 words) - 23:09, 10 September 2011
  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Dutch Literature (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about literature)
    Messine, the subject of which is identical with that of Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing, and Daraïda. But his great contribution to literature was
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  • Mellers British Council Recordings, reviews by W.H. Mellers 'Much Ado About Nothing' James Smith Revaluations (XV): George Eliot (II) F.R. Leavis Flaubert
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  • (1757-1816). Au`gier, Émile, able French dramatist, produced brilliant comedies for the French stage through a period of 40 years, all distinctly on the
    324 KB (49,498 words) - 17:50, 27 September 2010
  • Irving, Henry (DNB12) (category 1912 works)
    1882–3. In Oct. 1882 he produced ‘Much Ado about Nothing,’ playing Benedick to the Beatrice of Miss Terry, and the comedy was at the height of its success
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  • MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES, HISTORIES, AND TRAGEDIES Faithfully Reproduced in Facsimile from the Edition of 1623  (1910)  William Shakespeare
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  • without more ado about nothing, took the cow by the horns and, when Burbage came knocking at the gate, answered from the capon's blankets: William the conqueror
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