Two Gentlemen of Verona (1924) Yale
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TWO GENTLEMEN OF
NEW HAVEN · YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS
LONDON · HUMPHREY MILFORD
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS · MCMXXIV
COPYRIGHT 1924 BY YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS
PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
|TABLE OF CONTENTS|
|Appendix A. Sources of the Play||90|
|Appendix B. The History of the Play||93|
|Appendix C. The Text of the Present Edition||95|
|Appendix D. Suggestions for Collateral Reading||98|
|Index of Words Glossed||99|
The facsimile opposite reproduces the title-page of Bartholomew Yonge's translation (1598) of Montemayor's 'Diana.' The photograph was made from the copy of this book in the Yale University Library. The relation of Montemayor's 'Diana' to Shakespeare's play is discussed in Appendix A.
THE YALE SHAKESPEARE
Wilbur L. CrossTucker Brooke
Published under the Direction
Department of English, Yale University,
on the Fund
Given to the Yale University Press in 1917
by the Members of the
Kingsley Trust Association
(Scroll and Key Society of Yale College)
To Commemorate the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary
of the Founding of the Society
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