Shakspeare's himself again:
or, The language of the poet asserted: being a full but dispassionate examen of the readings and interpretations of the several editors.
The whole comprised in a series of notes, sixteen hundred in number, and further illustrative of the more difficult passages in his plays, to the various editions of which the present volumes form a complete and necessary supplement. By Andrew Becket.
|Main Author:||Becket, Andrew, 1749-1843.|
London, Printed by A. J. Valpy, sold by Messrs. Law and Whittaker [etc.] 1815.
Shakespeare, William, /
Shakespeare, William, / 1564-1616 /
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