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Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare / edited by D. Nichol Smith
Bib ID 1740450
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, David Nichol, 1875-1962
 
Description Glasgow : James MacLehose, 1903 
lxiii, [1], 358 p. ; 23 cm. 
Full contents Contents. - Introduction: Shakespearian criticism in the eighteenth century. - The essays. - Rowe: Some account of the life, etc. of Mr. William Shakespear (1709). - Dennis: On the genius and writings of Shakespear (1711). - Pope: Preface to edition of Shakespeare (1725). - Theobald: Preface to edition of Shakespeare (1733). - Hanmer: Preface to edition of Shakespeare (1744). - Warburton: Preface to edition of Shakespeare (1747). - Johnson: Preface to edition of Shakespeare. 
Notes

Printer: Robert McLehose.

Subjects Shakespeare, William, - 1564-1616 - Editors.  |  Shakespeare, William, - 1564-1616.  |  Shakespeare, William, - 1564-1616 - Appreciation.

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