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THE Tempest and The Midsummer - Night's Dream are the noblest efforts of that sublime and amazing imagination peculiar to Shakspeare , which soars above the ...
In the latter plays of Shakspeare , he has less of pun and quibble than in his early ones . In The Merchant of Venice , he expressly declares against them .
... discovery with which Shakspeare doubtless was perfectly conversant . ; * See An Attempt to ascertain the Chronology of Shakspeare's plays , vol . ii .
Shakspeare , according to his usual course , twisted the story to his own purpose . In Greene's play , the Duke of Milan , instead of being the principal ...
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Hell yeah, good read with good notes.
I was reading King John on Project Gutenberg, but I changed over to this version as I was looking up annotations. Now, I don't have to go to Google to look up the history and folio changes for specific lines.