How to Study Shakespeare, Ser. 1-3 [By William H. Fleming

How to Study Shakespeare, Ser. 1-3 [By William H. Fleming

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...Romano. The ship that bore Perdita from her father's court wing plighted her truth to Meleagrus, poore Knight. Later she and Meleagrus e married, which was no sooner ended, but mdosto (calling to mind how first he betraied r friend Egistns, how his jealousie was the use of Bellarias death, that contrarie to-law of nature hee had lusted after his owne mghter) moved with these desperate thoughts, fell into a melancholic fit and to close up Comedic with a Tragicall stratageme, he u himselfe. "he Historic of Dorastus and F awnia. be found in Hazlitt's "Shakespeare's rary," Part I., Vol. IV., pp. 9-83. Vhite, in his edition of Shakespeare, . V., pp. 269-273, gives a list of the varias between the incidents in the novel and 16 in the play. lanatory Notes. ACT I. SCENE 1. a. The King of Bohemia. Cf. I. 1. lacbeth, IV. 3. 43; King Yohn, III. 4. 8; III. 6. 1 31. an. A visit. Shakespeare does not s a substantive. Cf. Tempest, III. 1. Labour's Lost, V. 2. 181. our entertainment, seq. To the degree iospitality falls short our loves shall 1dS. The freedom, seq. "As my knowledge makes me free to do, or gives me the right to do." Rolfe. Sleepy drinks. Drinks that cause sleep. Such.. afiection.. which. Cf. Abbott, Grammar, 278. Encounters.. hath. Ibid., 334. Attorneyed. "Performed by proxy." Schmidt. Thal they, seq. S0 omitted, as frequently. Cf. Abbott, Grammar, 283. A vast. A boundless sea. Loves. This use of the plural was frequent in Elizabethan English. Cf. Two Gentlemen of Verona, I. 3. 48; Richard III., IV. 1. 25. It. He. Ci. I. 1. 42; also Macbeth, I. 4. 58. Physics. Heals, cures. Subject. People who are under the dominion ofaking. Cf. Hamlet, I. 1. 72; I. 2. 33. 's for us, occurs often in...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 113g
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  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 123681360X
  • 9781236813602