Title: William Shakespeare Portrayed by Himself: A ...
Publisher: New York: Worthington Company
Publication Date: 1888
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
347 p. + publisher's advertising and index. This is a very attractive book, brown cloth hard cover with embossed decorations and a gilt background for the title on the spine, which is "Life of Shakespeare." The front cover states, "Franklin Edition Illustrated," but, oddly, there are no illustrations in the book. The author posits that Shakespeare revealed himself in his plays, and particularly in the character of Prince Henry in "Henry IV." Small octavo (7 1/2" x 5"), former owner's name very neatly written on front free endpaper, a very neat little ink spot centered at the top of a few early pages. Over all, near fine. Bookseller Inventory # 112314RW
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