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The Eversley Shakespeare

Author: William Shakespeare; C H Herford; William Jefferson Winter; William Winter; Elsie Leslie
Publisher: London : Macmillan and Co. ; New York : Macmillan Co., 1900.
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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Eversley Shakespeare.
London : Macmillan and Co. ; New York : Macmillan Company, 1900
(OCoLC)833034775
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Shakespeare; C H Herford; William Jefferson Winter; William Winter; Elsie Leslie
OCLC Number: 36204209
Notes: Title from half-title.
T.p. and half title printed in red and black.
Originally issued in ten volumes in 1899.
Description: 39 volumes ; 18 cm
Contents: [v. 1] All's well that ends well --
[v. 2] Anthony and Cleopatra --
[v. 3] As you like it --
[v. 4] Comedy of errors --
[v. 5] Coriolanus --
[v. 6] Cymbeline --
[v. 7] Hamlet --
[v. 8] Julius Caesar --
[v. 9] King Henry IV, part 1 --
[v. 10] King Henry IV, part 2 --
[v. 11] Henry V --
[v. 12] King Henry VI, part 1 --
[v. 13] King Henry VI, Part 2 --
[v. 14] King Henry VI, part 3 --
[v. 15] King Henry VIII --
[v. 16] King John --
[v. 17] King Lear --
[v. 18] King Richard II --
[v. 19] King Richard III --
[v. 20] Love's labour's lost --
[v. 21] Macbeth --
[v. 22] Measure for measure --
[v. 23] Merchant of Venice --
[v. 24] Merry wives of Windsor --
[v. 25] Midsummer night's dream --
[v. 26] Much ado about nothing --
[v. 27] Othello --
[v. 28] Pericles --
[v. 29] Romeo and Juliet --
[v. 30] Taming of the shrew --
[v. 31] Tempest --
[v. 32] Timon of Athens --
[v. 33] Titus Andronicus --
[v. 34] Troilus and Cressida --
[v. 35] Twelfth night --
[v. 36] Two gentlemen of Verona --
[v. 37] Winter's tale --
[v. 38] Venus and Adonis --
[v. 39] Sonnets, etc.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited with instructions and notes by C.H. Herford.

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