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William Shakespeare

Shakespeare, William
Shakespeare, William
Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tongue.

William Shakespeare

Title: William Shakespeare

Author: Shakespeare, William


The Oxford Shakespeare
The 37 plays, 154 sonnets and miscellaneous verse that constitute the unrivaled literary cornerstone of Western civilization. HamletKing LearMacbeth & The Tempest
From the Harvard Classics, Vol. XLVI, Parts 2–5. Bartlett’s Shakespeare Quotations
Over 1500 quotations from all of Shakespeare’s plays and many poems formed the nucleus of John Bartlett’s famous collection. Anthologized Verse
The editors of the Oxford Book of English Verse and the Golden Treasury present 74 verse selections from Shakespeare’s poems and plays.

Writings About Shakespeare, William

Life, Plays, Poems and Bibliography
The great teacher and scholar George Saintsbury created the touchstone for Shakespeare reference with these chapters from the Cambridge History of English Literature. “Hamlet and His Problems
T.S. Eliot’s essay on Shakespeare’s greatest tragic character in which he coined the famous doctrine of the “objective correlative.” “Shakspeare; or, the Poet
Ralph Waldo Emerson’s lecture from Representative Men.


Lamb, Charles and Mary. 1878. Tales from Shakespeare.
The Lambs’ interweave the words of Shakespeare with their own to bring 20 of his most famous plays to the young reader.