Shakespeare Criticism: A Selection
Commentary and literary criticism ranging from the preface by John Heminge and Henry Condell, originally 'prefixed to the First Folio' in 1623, to Thomas Carlyle's lecture 'The Hero as Poet, ' delivered 12th May, 1840 as the third lecture of his 'On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history.'
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JOHN HEMINGB d 1630
JOHN MILTON 160874
MARGARET CAVENDISH DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLB 162474
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