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Author: Richard Simpson; William Shakespeare; J W M Gibbs
Publisher: London, Chatto and Windus, 1878.
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Simpson, Richard, 1820-1876.
School of Shakspere .
London, Chatto and Windus, 1878
(OCoLC)575541633
Online version:
Simpson, Richard, 1820-1876.
School of Shakspere .
London, Chatto and Windus, 1878
(OCoLC)592703265
Online version:
Simpson, Richard, 1820-1876.
School of Shakspere .
London, Chatto and Windus, 1878
(OCoLC)613228686
Online version:
Simpson, Richard, 1820-1876.
School of Shakspere .
London, Chatto and Windus, 1878
(OCoLC)626688833
Named Person: Thomas Stucley; Robert Greene
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Simpson; William Shakespeare; J W M Gibbs
OCLC Number: 1672110
Notes: Plays acted by Shakespeare's company during his connection with it, and other plays which have been assigned to him by tradition, which are not to be found in the collected editions of the old dramatists, or in the usual collections of old plays.
Completed after the editor's death by J.W.M. Gibbs and Dr. Furnival. cf Notice, signed F.J. Furnivall.
Description: 2 volumes 19 cm
Contents: v. 1. Biography of Sir Thomas Stucley. The famous history of the life and death of Captain Thomas Stukeley. Nobody and somebody.--v. 2. Histrio-mastix; or, The player whipt. The prodigal son. Jacke Drums entertainment. A warning for faire women. Faire Em, the miller's daughter of Manchester. An account of Robert Greene, his life and works, and his attacks on Shakspere and the players. Index and glossary.
Responsibility: ed., with introductions and notes, and an account of Robert Greene, his prose works, and his quarrels with Shakspere, by Richard Simpson.

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