The Philosophy Shakspere: Extracted from His Plays, and Interspersed with Remarks (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from The Philosophy Shakspere: Extracted From His Plays, and Interspersed With Remarks
It may be noticed that I have not culled a single extract from Titus Andronicus. The reason is shortly stated. I could not discover one single fine passage of original Philosophy in the whole play. This circumstance alone would be convincing proof to my mind, that Shakspere never wrote it. Thanks to those critics who, have main tained that the play is not Shakspere's! I do trust, at all events, that no future edition of his works will be disgraced by containing it.
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