The works of Shakespeare: the text carefully restored according to the first editions;
with introductions, notes original and selected, and a life of the poet; by the Rev. H.N. Hudson, A.M. In eleven volumes.
|Main Author:||Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.|
|Related Names:||Singer, Samuel Weller 1783-1858., Hudson, Henry Norman 1814-1886.|
Boston, J. Munroe and company, 1851-59.
"In size of volume, in type, and style of execution" follows the Chiswick edition of 1826, reproducing even the woodcuts. But the text and notes (Singer's) have been revised, the long introductions are founded mainly on the editor's "Lectures of Shakspeare", published in 1848.
Vol. 1-3, 1851, v. 4-7, 9, 11, 1852-56, apparently the first edition by Hudson; v. 8, 1858, v. 10, 1859, are reissues; v. 11, containing life, history of drama, and Poems.
front. (v. 11, port.) illus.
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