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Description:1886. Riverside Press. Book-VG, top edge gilt. Red covers with...1886. Riverside Press. Book-VG, top edge gilt. Red covers with gilt titles on spine. Spine sunned. Pages concave cut, some pages uncut. 8x5.5. 383pp + 13pp publishers adverts.
Description:Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Essays by the first editor of...Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Essays by the first editor of the famous Riverside Edition of Shakespeare's Works. viii, 384pp + 16pp ads. Maroon cloth, gilt spine lettering, top edge gilt, gray endpapers, acid-free quality thick paper, printed at The Riverside Press. Spine and top edge front cover sunned, top edge spine has minor edgewear. On Reading Shakespeare: I. Plays of the First Period, II. Plays of the Second Period, III Plays of the Third Period. Narrative Analysis: I. The Lady Gruach's Husband, II. The Case of Hamlet the Younger, III. The Florentine Arithmetician, IV. The Tale of the Forest of Arden. Miscellenies: I. The Bacon-Shakespeare Craze, II. King Lear: The Text; Plot and Personages, III. Stage Rosalinds, IV. On the Acting of Iago. Expositors: Glossaries and Lexicons, Note on W.S. Walker's "Critical Examination of the Text". Excellent 19th century Shakespearean Criticism by a renowned editor.
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