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The doubtful plays of Skakspere; being all the dramas attributed to the muse of the world's great poet; revised from the original editions. Accompanied with historical and analytical introductions to each play, and notes critical and explanatory

Author: William Shakespeare; Henry Tyrrell
Publisher: London Printing and Publishing Co. [19. Jd.]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Shakespeare; Henry Tyrrell
OCLC Number: 248757009
Description: 484 S Fontisp. , Ill 4°
Other Titles: Sammlung
Responsibility: Shakspere. By Henry Tyrrell

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