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Shakespeare, William

Published by MacMillan Company, New York (1912)

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About this Item: MacMillan Company, New York, 1912. Hardcover. Condition: Good+. Edited with notes and an introduction by Philo Melvyn Buck, Jr. From the Preface, "The text of this edition of King Lear is in general the one followed by the editor of the Temple Shakespeare. In places, however, where there is a choice between the Quarto and the Folio readings, the editor has followed the Folio, which he feels gives Shakespeare's revision of the earlier text." Ships same or next business day. Notes in pencil on endpapers, notes/markings in pen and pencil throughout text. Spine is skewed and slightly loose. Normal edge and shelf wear. 1.5-inch tear on page 8. Boards are gently curved. Bumps and small tears on corners and spine ends. Soiling, tanning, and light foxing to edges of pages. Discoloration to boards. No dust jacket. ; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 257 pages. Seller Inventory # 77337

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Shakespeare, William; ed. Bernard Grebanier

Published by Living Shakespeare, New York (1962)

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About this Item: Living Shakespeare, New York, 1962. Stapled Wrappers. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 3 of these volumes were published in 1962; Hamlet was published in 1961. They are all in Very Good to Near Fine condition, save for a small scrape on the front cover of the Macbeth volume. They all contain the New Temple Notes and a Glossary. Seller Inventory # 10053

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Shakespeare, William.

Published by The Temple Shakespeare Each volume with an original etching reflecting the content Each volume with Preface and Glossary by Israel Gollancz : J M Dent & Sons 1903 1910 1902 (1902)

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About this Item: The Temple Shakespeare Each volume with an original etching reflecting the content Each volume with Preface and Glossary by Israel Gollancz : J M Dent & Sons 1903 1910 1902, 1902. 189 pages with an etching Shakespeares Cliff + 146 pages with a portrait etching "The Chandos Portrait of Shakespeare" + 143 pages with an etching "Shakespeare's Birthplace" + 177 pages with an etching "The Folton Portrait". All Volumes with a Glossary and Notes. (.) of the "Cambridge" Edition. Lesebändchen englisch Dunkelrote Originalleineneinbände mit dem geprägten Wappen, oberen Goldschnitt, ansonsten unbeschnitten, minimale (!) Gebrauchsspuren, noche gute Exemplare. Literatur. Seller Inventory # 654

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Shakespeare, William; Israel Gollancz (Preface)

Published by J M Dent & Sons, London (1913)

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About this Item: J M Dent & Sons, London, 1913. Hardcover. Condition: Good. J. M. Dent & Sons, London. 1913 Reprint. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Dust Jacket. The Temple Shakespeare. Burgundy leather effect boards with gilt crest to front and gilt title to spine. Binding firm with corners rubbed and worn. Edges worn and spine ends worn with splits. Remains of gilt top edge. Black and yellow crest to front and back pastedowns. Front blank endpaper removed. Frontis with tissue guard. Ribbon marker, frayed. Content clean and bright. Endpapers browned. Small format book 4 inches x 5.25 inches. Not ex-library. No notes or inscriptions. 189 pages. All books are individually described. Seller Inventory # 000369

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Shakespeare, William

Published by Dana Estes & Company, Boston (1901)

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About this Item: Dana Estes & Company, Boston, 1901. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. First Printing. Publisher's full red cloth, gilt lettering on spine and cover, blind-stamped medallion on cover. Decorated title page. . Covers and spine very mildly faded, else as new; tight, square, and clean. NEAR FINE. . Decorated Title Page. 24mo 5" - 6" tall. 182 pp. Seller Inventory # 17395

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WEI LIAN ? SHA SHI BI YA

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-07-01 Pages: 175 Publisher: Capital Normal University Press title: Romeo and Juliet - The Merchant of Venice Original Price: 16.80 yuan Author: William Shakespeare Publisher: Capital Normal University Press Publication Date: July 1. 2012 ISBN: 9.787.565.605.895 words: Page: 175 Revision: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 commodity identification: asinB008XTDZYS Editor's Choice Romeo and Juliet. The Merchant of Venice is the Department of Youth Classic Reading books. literary classics series the one. Romeo and Juliet. The Merchant of Venice is a collection of two Shakespeare's famous play Romeo and Juliet and The Merchant of Venice works. Romeo and Juliet. The Merchant of Venice is a condensed parting tragicomedy of love between men and women. to attract the reader's attention. Abstract No directory Romeo and Juliet Act One Verona. Square second cit. Street third cit. Capulet home in a room before the fourth game the same. The street the fifth with the former. Capulet home in the halls of the second act Verona. Capulet garden outside the walls of the alley with the former. The third game of the garden of the Capulet family with the former. Lawrence priest of the monastery with the former. The street the fifth with the former. The Capulet home gardens sixth with the former. Lawrence priest of the temple third act first Verona. Square second cit. The third game of the garden of the Capulet family with the former. Lawrence priest of the monastery with the former. Room Capulet home fifth with the former. Juliet's bedroom the first game of the fourth act Verona. Lawrence priest of the monastery with the former. Capulet home in the halls of the third game with the former. Juliet's bedroom with the former. Capulet home in the halls of the fifth with the former. Juliet's bedroom the first game of the fifth act Man Duoya. Street second Verona. Lawrence priest of the monastery with the former. The Merchant of Venice. where the base of the Capulet family tomb first act first Venice. Streets second Belmont. Portia home studio in Venice. Plaza Act II first Belmont. Portia home studio in Venice. Street third cit. Shylock home in a room before the fourth game with. The street the fifth with the former. Shylock home in front of the sixth with the seventh game before Belmont. Portia home studio eighth Venice. Street Belmont Race 9. Portia home in a room of the third act Venice. Streets second Belmont. Portia home studio in Venice. Streets fourth Belmont. Portia home studio fifth with the former. Garden fourth act first Venice. Tribunal's second game with the former. The streets of the fifth act first Belmont. Through to Portia residential avenue of Introduction Author: William Shakespeare (UK) Editor: Youth Classic Reading Book Series Editorial Board Other responsibilities: Language Teaching Professional Committee of the China Education Society College of William Shakespeare. the English Renaissance great The playwright and poet. In April 1564. was born in a wealthy British Central Wavyk County in Stratford-upon family members of the public. Died May 3. 1616. Shakespeare boyhood wealthy family. had to learn in the school of a local Latin literature. master basic writing skills and wealth of knowledge. but then because of the bankruptcy of his father. he was unable to graduate to embark on means of living alone. After that. he did a variety of work. these experiences have prepared a wide range of material for his later creations. The writings of Shakespeare's life is quite good. and a total of 37 creative drama. including four tragedies: Hamlet. Othello and King Lear. Macbeth. Four major comedy: Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night's Dream. The Merchant of Venice. Much Ado About Nothing (PEP textbook happy). Historical drama: Henry IV and Henry V and Richard II. These plays belong have focused on the creative period of his thre. Seller Inventory # FS049013

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Shakespeare, William:

Published by J. M. Dent Aldine House, London (1900)

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About this Item: J. M. Dent Aldine House, London, 1900. 6th edition With frontispiece: Shakespeare's Cliff. 1 Bl. mit Text von Charles Lamb. 12°, ca.13,2 x 10,2 cm, xiii, 188 S., Kopfgoldschnitt, Lesebändchen, flexibles dunkelrotes Lederbändchen mit Goldprägung. Seidenpapier zwischen Frontispiz und Titelblatt mit Text von Richard Wilton. Zweifarbiger Druck von Turnbull & Spears, Edinburgh. Der Text folgt der 'Cambridge'- Ausgabe. Vorderes und hinteres Vorsatzpapier mit dem Wappen von Shakespeare mit dem Motto: Non sans Droict. Lang: englisch 200 g. Fliegendes Vorsatz mit Namenszug, hintere Deckelecke mit einer ca. 3 x 2 mm kleinen Abplatzung, sonst gut erhalten. Seller Inventory # 19899

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Anthony Raspa

Published by Palgrave Macmillan US Jan 2016 (2016)

ISBN 10: 1137581115ISBN 13: 9781137581112

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About this Item: Palgrave Macmillan US Jan 2016, 2016. Buch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Shakespeare the Renaissance Humanist is a study of the moral philosophy that underlay the 'street' humanism in the mind of Shakespeare's spectator when he went to see Hamlet or King Lear at the Globe. The work examines the currents of thought at the basis of this humanism to show how it functioned as a sort of everyday philosophy in the spectator's life and in the lives of Shakespeare's characters. Ideas inherited from the Ancient pagans and the medieval period were commingled daily as a matter of fact. The faculty of the reason in each person was a source of spiritual experience and speculation that were lived easily at one and the same time. As we see in the person of Hamlet, there was no contradiction between spiritual thought and speculation about the outside world. Pagan attitudes to immortality in the metaphysics of this humanism conjoined without conflict with Christian beliefs about the ultimate ends of life, and these attitudes and beliefs are found argued out in Titus Andronicus. The ideal of wisdom based on the tenets of this metaphysics was much spoken about in moral philosophy. In Shakespeare's day the ideal was referred to repeatedly in terms of the dictum 'Know Thyself' that was carved over the entrance to the temple of Apollo in Ancient times, and the actions of Lear and his courtier Gloucester are spoken of from the beginning of their tragedy to its end in terms of their apprenticeship in wisdom. Through the humanism that lay behind it, moral philosophy found its expression freely in all aspects of Shakespeare's theatre. 208 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9781137581112

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A Winter's Tale, Othello, Cymbeline, King John,: William Shakespeare.

About this Item: J. M. Dent and Sons, London, 1949. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Eric Gill (illustrator). A Collection of 24 Titles from Shakespeare. Also the introductory volume William Shakespeare a Commentary. Published under the title of The New Temple Shakespeare. Edited by M. R. Riley with preface notes and glossary to each volume. Illustrated by Eric Gill. Published by J.M. Dent & Sons in London and E.P. Dutton in New York. First published in 1934; these are reprints dating from 1949 to 1965. Hardcover. Size: 5 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches. Red cloth boards with gilt decoration and lettering. The buff coloured jacket shows the same illustration that is on the title page. There are 4 illustrations that vary according to the whether the play is a History, Comedy, Romance or Tragedy. Only one is not by Eric Gill. This, Richard III, shows a photograph Sir Laurence Olivier in the role of King Richard in The London Films Production of the play. The picture within however is by Eric Gill. The picture on the front of the commentary is a woodcut by Eric Gill after the Durnford portrait. Condition of Books: Very Good. The books are generally clean and only a little rubbed at the corners and spine. There are occasional marks within but none of significance. Each has a previous owner's name, written in pen, on the first endpaper. The jackets are often marked and worn with short tears, but generally complete. Only one, The Commentary, is broken; the spine is missing so it is in two parts. Another All's well that Ends Well is marked as from a coffee spill and has significant loss to the spine. All are price clipped. A heavy set. Additional postage will be necessary. Seller Inventory # 001090

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