The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: The Cambridge Text from the Latest Edition of William Aldis Wright; with Introductions, Notes and Glossaries to Each Play by Israel Gollancz. The Complete Notes, with Variorum Readings and General Glossary of Alexander Dyce; a General Introduction, and a Bibliography by W. J. Rolfe; a History of the Drama, and General Criticism by Henry N. Hudson and Others, and a Complete Character Index, Volume 20
Colonial Press, 1901
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