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A History of the United States by Cecil Chesterton

The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream


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Volumes published or in preparation. +*=2. Greene's 'Pandosto,' or 'Dorastus and Fawnia': the original of Shakespeare's 'Winter's Tale.'= Ed. by P. G. THOMAS. [_Ready._ +*=3. Brooke's Poem of 'Romeus and Juliet': the original of Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet.'= Edited by P. A. DANIEL. Modernised and re-edited by J. J. MUNRO. [_Ready._ =4. 'The Troublesome Reign of King John': the Play rewritten by Shakespeare as 'King John.'= Edited by Dr. F. J. FURNIVALL and JOHN MUNRO, M.A. [_Ready._ =5, 6. 'The History of Hamlet'=: With other Documents illustrative of the sources of Shakspeare's Play, and an Introductory Study of the LEGEND OF HAMLET by Prof. I. GOLLANCZ. +*=7. 'The Play of King Leir and His Three Daughters': the old play on the subject of King Lear.= Edited by SIDNEY LEE, D. Litt. [_Ready._ +*=8. 'The Taming of a Shrew'=: Being the old play used by Shakespeare in 'The Taming of the Shrew.' Edited by Professor F. S. BOAS, M.A. [_Ready._ +*=9. The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.'= Edited by FRANK SIDGWICK. [_Ready._ =10. 'The Famous Victories of Henry V.'= =11. 'The Menaechmi':
the original of Shakespeare's 'Comedy of Errors.'= Latin text, with the Elizabethan Translation. Edited by W. H. D. ROUSE, Litt.D. [_Ready._ =12. 'Promos and Cassandra': the source of 'Measure for Measure.'= =13. 'Apolonius and Silla'=: the source of 'Twelfth Night.' Edited by MORTON LUCE. [_Ready._ =14. 'The First Part of the Contention betwixt the two famous Houses of York and Lancaster,'= and ='The True Tragedy of Richard, Duke of York'=: the originals of the second and third parts of 'King Henry VI.' =15. The Sources of 'The Tempest.'= =16. The Sources of 'Cymbeline.'= =17. The Sources and Analogues of 'The Merchant of Venice.=' Edited by Professor I. GOLLANCZ. =18. Romantic Tales=: the sources of 'The Two Gentlemen of Verona,' 'Merry Wives,' 'Much Ado about Nothing,' 'All's Well that Ends Well.' +*=19, 20. Shakespeare's Plutarch=: the sources of 'Julius Caesar,' 'Antony and Cleopatra.' 'Coriolanus,' and 'Timon.' Ed. C. F. TUCKER BROOKE, M.A. [_Ready._ * * * * * PART III. =THE LAMB SHAKESPEARE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.= With Illustrations and Music. Based on MARY AND CHARLES LAMB'S TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE, and edited by Professor I. GOLLANCZ, who has inserted within the prose setting those scenes and passages from the Plays with which the young reader should early become acquainted. The Music arranged by T. MASKELL HARDY. Imperial 16mo, cloth, _1s. 6d._ net per vol.; leather, _2s. 6d._ net per vol.; School Edit., linen, _1s._ net per vol.

=I. The Tempest.= =II. As You Like It.= =III. A Midsummer Night's Dream.= =IV. The Merchant of Venice.= =V. The Winter's


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