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  • Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt "Shakespeare in the Class-Room" by Theodore Dwight Weld (1886) “Shakespeare, William,” in Dictionary
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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
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  • Heywood Shakespeare's Dramatic Works (1825-33) Heinrich von Kleist: Writings (1826) Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz: Writings (1828) Shakespeare's Nursery:
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  • chiefly Rural,’ 1774; 3rd edit. 1775. 4. ‘Essays on Shakespeare's Dramatic Characters of Richard III, King Lear, and Timon of Athens, with an Essay on the
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  • since 1579, and in 1594 the ‘Richard III.’ ‘True Tragedie of Richard III’ was published anonymously; but Shakespeare's piece bears little resemblance
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  • to attest their intimacy at that date. During a performance of Shakespeare’sRichard III,' in which Burbage took the part of the hero, the actor made an
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  • Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt Henry VIII 192689Characters of Shakespeare's Plays — Henry VIIIWilliam Hazlitt HENRY VIII
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  • 1640 in Hazlitt's ‘Shakespeare's Jest Books,’ vol. iii. (see also London Magazine, December 1823, p. 590). 3. ‘The Most Pleasant History of Tom a Lincolne
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  • Blount, Edward (DNB00) (category 1886 works)
    was the active, although not very careful, editor of this edition of Shakespeare's plays. Another translation of the same date (by James Mabbe) edited
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  • Wriothesley, Henry (DNB00) (category 1900 works)
    Lee1900 WRIOTHESLEY, HENRY, third Earl of Southampton (1573–1624), Shakespeare's patron, was second son of Henry Wriothesley, second earl of Southampton
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  • despatch. The appearance of these two works at a short interval during the autumn of 1610 probably occasioned Shakespeare's allusion in the ‘Tempest’ to the
    366 bytes (1,048 words) - 09:35, 31 July 2011
  • Howard, James (fl.1674) (DNB00) (category 1891 works)
    1674) by William Richard Morfill 613162Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 28 Howard, James (fl.1674)William Richard Morfill1891
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  • Carew, Richard (1666-1620) by William Prideaux Courtney 1367350Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 09 Carew, Richard (1666-1620)William
    381 bytes (1,572 words) - 01:44, 26 September 2015
  • Ireland, Samuel (DNB00) (category 1892 works)
    The original copies of the forgeries and many rare editions of Shakespeare's works were described in the printed catalogue. His correspondence respecting
    328 bytes (4,499 words) - 06:42, 30 January 2011
  • Holinshed, Raphael (DNB00) (category 1891 works)
    resolved to limit their plan to histories and descriptions of England, Scotland, and Ireland only, and to omit maps. William Harrison [q. v.] was engaged
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  • Vincent, Augustine (DNB00) (category 1899 works)
    1623, Jaggard completed the printing of the first folio edition of Shakespeare's collected plays, he presented to Vincent one of the earliest copies
    349 bytes (921 words) - 08:32, 31 January 2011
  • the company, Richard Burbage [q. v.] and William Shakespeare [q. v.], to act before the queen at Greenwich. It was probably Shakespeare's first appearance
    360 bytes (2,971 words) - 06:56, 29 December 2012
  • Paterson, Samuel (DNB00) (category 1895 works)
    Paterson, Samuel by Henry Richard Tedder 1074217Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 44 Paterson, SamuelHenry Richard Tedder1895 PATERSON
    326 bytes (813 words) - 10:33, 27 June 2011
  • was written. An intimate relation exists between the history of the English nation and the works of English authors. This close connection between purely
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  • this masterly little essay Farmer demonstrated that Shakespeare's knowledge of classical history was obtained at second hand through the medium of translations
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