Catalog Record: How to pronounce the names in Shakespeare; the pronunciation of the names in the dramatis personae of each of Shakespeare's plays, also the pronunciation and explanation of place names and the names of all persons, mythological characters, etc., found in the text, with forewords by E.H. Sothern and Thomas W. Churchill and with a list of the dramas arranged alphabetically indicating the pronunciation of the names of the characters in the plays | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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How to pronounce the names in Shakespeare; the pronunciation of the names in the dramatis personae of each of Shakespeare's plays, also the pronunciation and explanation of place names and the names of all persons, mythological characters, etc., found in the text, with forewords by E.H. Sothern and Thomas W. Churchill and with a list of the dramas arranged alphabetically indicating the pronunciation of the names of the characters in the plays, by Theodora Ursula Irvine.

Main Author: Irvine, Theodora Ursula.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, Hinds, Hayden & Eldredge [c1919]
Subjects: Shakespeare, William, > 1564-1616 > Dictionaries.
Shakespeare, William, > 1564-1616 > Language.
Names > Pronunciation.
Physical Description: lviii, 387 p. facsim. 20 cm.
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