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Stratford-on-Avon, England, to Philip D. Sherman. Letters, 1913-1918,

Author: A H Bullen; Philip D Sherman
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Harry Lyman Koopman Collection.
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[1] 1913, April 11 [4 p.].--Discusses future publications of the Shakespeare Head Press. Comments on Robert Grant Martin and Lord Warwick. [2] 1913, August 16 [4 p.].--Gabriel Harvey's annotated copy of Thomas Speght's edition of Chaucer has been found and contains proof that "the date now everywhere accepted for the first draft of Hamlet, 1602, is wrong." Gives his reason for believing contrary to "Lee and the
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Genre/Form: Letters
Named Person: Robert Grant Martin; Francis Richard Charles Guy Greville Warwick, 5th earl of; Gabriel Harvey; Thomas Speght; Sidney Lee, Sir; William Shakespeare; John Shakespeare; William Drummond; Walter Alexander Raleigh, Sir; John Harrington, Sir; Charlotte Carmichael Stopes, Mrs.; Aphra Behn; Bertram Dobell; Simon Forman; George Gissing
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: A H Bullen; Philip D Sherman
OCLC Number: 122318560
Notes: ALS.
Description: 10 items.

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[1] 1913, April 11 [4 p.].--Discusses future publications of the Shakespeare Head Press. Comments on Robert Grant Martin and Lord Warwick. [2] 1913, August 16 [4 p.].--Gabriel Harvey's annotated copy of Thomas Speght's edition of Chaucer has been found and contains proof that "the date now everywhere accepted for the first draft of Hamlet, 1602, is wrong." Gives his reason for believing contrary to "Lee and the rest" that Shakespeare's father could write. [3] 1914, January 18 [3 p.].--States problems connected with the William Drummond books and manuscripts. Comments on Professor Raleigh as a lecturer and on his book about Shakespeare. States that someone should write about Sir John Harrington. [4] 1914, March 9, [1 l.].--He discusses books published at the Shakespeare Head Press. Comments on the Shakespearian criticism of Mrs. Charlotte Stopes. [5] 1915, January 29 [2 l.].--He discusses the distribution of an edition of Aphra Behn's works recently published by the Shakespeare Head Press. Expresses sympathy for Bertram Dobell and Robert Grant Martin. [6] 1915, April 6 [1 l.].--He discusses orders for the Shakespeare Head Press edition of Aphra Behn's works. Comments on Robert Grant Martin. [7] 1916, April 15 [2 p.].--Sends a photograph. States that people use to mistake him for Mark Twain. He does not feel qualified to answer Sherman's inquiry about the staging of Shakespearean plays.

[8] 1917, February 4 [2 p.].--He sends Sherman a pamphlet of verses. He discusses Simon Forman and says "Nobody, so far as I know, has examined his Ms. collection." [9] 1917, November 8 [2 p.].--He discusses his friend, George Gissing and sends Sherman a note written by Gissing. [10] 1918, November 26 [2 p.].--He agrees that Stratford should be made a world center for Elizabethan studies, and says he hopes that after the conclusion of the war funds will be available for this project.

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