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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare Volume 12; Much ADO about Nothing. 1899 (Paperback) Loot Price: R626
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare Volume 12; Much ADO about Nothing. 1899 (Paperback): William Shakespeare
A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare Volume 12; Much ADO about Nothing. 1899 (Paperback): William Shakespeare

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ...Leonato, 92 80. doe Knt. to do F3F4. do fo 83. Clau. Leo. or Leon. Ff, Rowe, QFa, Rowe et cet. Pope, Han. 81. O God defend me Q. O God de-87. it felfe herself Rowe, +. fend me, Ff, Rowe, +, O God defend 89. betwixt betwitxt Fr me I Cap. Sta. O God, defend me 92. you are Ff, Rowe, +, Var. Ran. Var. '21, Coll. Wh. i. O, God defend are you Q, Cap. et cet. me Dyce, Cam. Wh. ii. Leonato, Leonata, F4. 78. kindly Johnson: That is, natural power. Kind is nature. 80. doe Knight adopts the reading of the Folio, and defends it with the remark that ' the pause which is required after the " do," by the omission of so of the Qto, gives force to the command.' Why, then, should we retain 'do'? it is not essential to the sense. If force be gained by the omission of one word, would not more force be gained by the omission of two words? I prefer the Qto.--Ed. 83. answer... name Deighton: This refers to the answering by a man to his name when called upon to give evidence in court, or on similar occasions; but Hero, bewildered by the strange turn which the proceedings have taken, answers literally. Possibly, Claudio's answer was prompted by the word 'catechizing' in Hero's question. The first question in the Catechism is: 'What is your name?' Deighton also has this suggestion.--Ed. 87. Hero it selfe The very name, by becoming a byword and a reproach, can blot out virtue.--Ed. 90. if... a maid If you are innocent you can explain this fact. 92. Why... no maiden By denying what we know to be a fact, yon confess your guilt. I am forry you muft heare: vpon mine honor, My felfe, my brother, and this grieued Count Did fee her, heare her, at that howre laft night, Talke with a ruffian at her chamber window, Who hath indeed moft like a liberall villaine, Confeft the vile enc...

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Imprint: Rarebooksclub.com
Country of origin: United States
Release date: May 2012
First published: March 2010
Authors: William Shakespeare
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 12mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 218
ISBN-13: 978-1-153-91807-7
Barcode: 9781153918077
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LSN: 1-153-91807-2

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