Catalog Record: The merchant of Venice : (The players' text of 1600, with the Heminges and Condell text of 1623) | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The merchant of Venice : (The players' text of 1600, with the Heminges and Condell text of 1623) / with an introduction touching the question, why were two quarto editions of the play printed A.D. 1600? and, is the author's knowledge of law as shown in the trial scene such as to sustain or disprove the (so-called) "Baconian Theory"? by William Reynolds ...

Main Author: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Related Names: Shakespeare, William 1564-1616., Shakespeare, William 1564-1616., Reynolds, William b. 1842.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Shakespeare Society of New York, 1888.
Note: "The Bankside edition of the plays of William Shakespeare ... five hundred copies only are printed." p. [45]
Includes series t.-p. in red and black.
Includes facsimile t.-p. of 1600 first edition.
Text of 1623 first folio ed. and 1600 first quarto ed. on facing pages.
Physical Description: [4], 205, [2] p. : ill., facsim. ; 24 cm.
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