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Tschischwitz (Jahrbuch, r873, VIII, 36) says that Sh. "quite rightly" called Venus the first heir of his invention: If one considers that he found the various materials for his plays either in older versions or in the accounts of ...
If he acquiesced he would obey, but Shakespeare says he does not obey. — Porter (ed. 191 2): Forced to content her, although himself taking no active part, the pronoun 'her' being understood. — Feutllerat (ed. 1927): Adonis is obliged ...
1907) says the Elizabethans employed this conceit "to satiety." 133. hard-fauourd] Cf. 1. 931 and Lucrece, 1. 1632. 133-136.] Sarrazin (Sh.'s Lehrjahre, 1897, p. 114) compares The Comedy of Errors, IV.ii.19-21, "He is deformed, crooked, ...
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. — Craig (ed. 1905): Bluish. [He compares Cotgrave's Dictionarie, 1611, sig.
253. she say] we say Q6Qg. 256. twining] twinning Q12. 258. springs] spring' th Q33. . . . "Rouse" is used of the lion, 1 Henry IV, I.iii.198; of the panther, Titus Andronicus, II.ii.21; and ... of the night-owl . . . , Twelfth Night, ...
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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