2 edition of Shaksperean character interpretation: The merchant of Venice found in the catalog.
Shaksperean character interpretation: The merchant of Venice
Samuel Asa Small
Bibliography: p. -123.
|Statement||by Samuel Asa Small.|
|Series||Hesperia. Ergänzungsreihe: Shriften zur englischen philologie ... 10. hft.|
|LC Classifications||PR2825 .S6 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 126 p.|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||27012116|
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Get this from a library. Shaksperean character interpretation: The merchant of Venice. [Samuel Asa Small]. Published also as a chapter of the author's "Shaksperean character interpretation: The merchant of Venice," which appeared as Hesperia; Ergänzungsreihe:.
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The publisher of The Merchant of Venice obviously thought that a description of Shylock as a villain would not. cater-cousins: close friends. [The Merchant of Venice] caterwauling: making a wailing noise like a cat.
From Middle English cat + wawen, to wail (an onomatopoetic word, whose sound echoes its meaning). [Twelfth Night] cautel: craft. [Hamlet] cerecloth: shroud.
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The merchant of Venice, as produced at the Winter Garden Theatre of New York, January,by Edwin Booth. A new adaptation to the stage. With notes. Shakespeare's Plays Before the publication of the First Folio innineteen of the thirty-seven plays in Shakespeare's canon had appeared in quarto format.
With the exception of Othello (), all of the quartos were published prior to the date of Shakespeare's retirement from the theatre in about It is unlikely that Shakespeare was involved directly with the printing of any of his.
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