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M Malone (ed. 1790): I now believe that the interpretation given by Mr. Steevens [see above] is the true one. Content is a substantive, and means acquiescence. [So Collier (ed. 1843), Hudson (ed. 1856), and others.] ...
134. harsh in voice] ,Malone (ed. 1821) : Our poet on all occasions expresses his admiration of the fascinating powers of a sweet female voice, and his dislike of the opposite defect. [He cites Lear, V.iii.272 f., "Her voice was ever ...
Bell (ed. 1855) refers to "a blue eye" in As You Like It, III.ii.392 f. — Schmidt (1874) says in all Sh.'s uses grey "may well have the modern signification." — N. E. D. (1901) defines as "having a grey iris," but quotes Malone.
Sowring] Malone (ed. 1790) compares Coriolanus, IV.vi.58 f., "some news is come That turns their countenances," and Timon of Athens, III.i.57 f., "Has friendship such a . . . milky heart It turns in less than two nights?" — Delius (ed.
Malone (ed. 1780) : The sun affords only a natural and genial heat: it warms, but it does not burn. 194. lo] A favorite word, used also in 11. 259, 280, 320, 853, 1128, 1135, 1185. See Lucrece, 1. 653 n., and the L. C., 1. 204 n.
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GENERAL CRITICISM OF VENUS AND ADONIS AND LUCRECE
WILLIAM JAGGARD HEYWOOD AND SHAKESPERE
DATE AND AUTHENTICITY
THE DATE OF COMPOSITION
The Date of Composition
The Sources Scholarly Opinion
Selections from Goldings Ovid 1567
Selection from Spenser
THE DATE OF COMPOSITION
SELECTION FROM LIVY
SELECTION FROM OVID
SELECTION FROM CHAUCER
SELECTION FROM PAINTER
JOHN QUARLESS TARQUIN BANISHED
THE VOGUE OF VENUS AND ADONIS AND LUCRECE
SCHOLARLY OPINION AND CRITICISM BEFORE 1912
SCHOLARLY OPINION AND CRITICISM AFTER 1912
THE COTESBENSON EDITION OF SHAKESPEARES POEMS 1640
MUSICAL SETTINGS FOR THE POEMS
LIST OF BOOKS
INDEX OF FIRST LINES
INDEX TO THE COMMENTARY AND THE APPENDIX