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VOLUME THE SECOND.
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM.
AS YOU LIKE IT,
TAMING OF THE SHREW.
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.
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IN VOL. I.
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THESEUS, Duke of Athens.
EGEUS, Father to HERMIA.
LYSANDER, in love with HERMIA.
DEMETRIUS, in love with HERMIA.
PHILOSTRATE, Mafter of the Sports to THESEUS.
QUINCE, the Carpenter.
SNUG, the Joiner.
BOTTOM, the Weaver.
SNOWT, the Tinker.
HIPPOLITA, Queen of the AMAZONS, betrothed to THESEUS. HERMIA, Daughter to EGEUS, in love with LYSANDER. HELENA, in love with DEMETRIUS.
Other Fairies attending their King and Queen: Attendants on THESEUS and HIPPOLITA.
SCENE-Athens, and a Wood not far from it.
..THIS PLAY, denominated probably from the feafon of its first representation, is supposed to have been written about the year 1595; the first hint of it is faid to have been taken from Chaucer's Knight's Tale, and the character of Oberon from an old romance called "Sir Hugh of Bourdeaux,"