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Ingleby, C. M. (Clement Mansfield), 1823-1886.
Shakespeare hermeneutics; or, The still lion.
London, Printed by J. Allen, of Birmingham, & pub. by Trubner & Co., 1875
|Named Person:||William Shakespeare|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
C M Ingleby
|Notes:||First pub. in Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Berlin, 1867, under title: The still lion. Issued separately under the same title in 1874.|
|Description:||4 p. l., 168 p. 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Note.--The still lion discovered.--On the growth of the English language in relation to the text of Shakespeare.--On the corrupt and obscure words in Shakespeare.--On the difficult phrases in Shakespeare, and the danger of tampering with them.--An examination and defense of certain words and phrases in Shakespeare, which have suffered the wrongs of emendation.--On the conjectural emendation of Shakespeare's text.--Supplementary notes.--Passages in Shakespeare discussed in the Still lion.--Authors quoted.|
|Other Titles:||The still lion.|
|Responsibility:||By C.M. Ingleby ...|