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New Editions-continued. PICTORIAL EDITION of SHAKSPERE. surpassing beauty of detached passages of our great Part I. super-royal 8vo. 2s. 6d.
which he displays in the conduct of his story, — his *** To be continued Monthly.
wonderful Method,—his exquisite Art,--the imperishable freshness of his Scenes, the unerring truth of his
Characters. DR. DRAKE, in the Prefatory Essay to his “Memorials of Shakspere,” points attention to a want which every lished, as nearly as can be ascertained, in the order in
In this edition the Comedies and Tragedies will be pubwished that an edition of Shakspere were undertaken, they were written, but in separate classes; and the Hiswhich, whilst in the notes it expunged all that was
tories according to the order of events. Whilst this trifling, idly controversial, indecorous, and abusive, arrangement is preserved with reference to the compleshould, at the same time, retain every interesting dis
tion of the work in volumes, a necessary variety will be qnisition, though in many instances remodelled, re
offered in the periodical publication of Plays taken from written, and condensed ; nor fearing to add what farther
each of the three classes, as for example: research, under the guidance of good taste, might Part 1.-Two Gentlemen of Verona COMEDY. suggest."
HISTORY. Such an edition of Shakspere as Dr. Drake has here so
3.-Romeo and Juliet
TRAGEDY. jndiciously described it will be attempted in the “Pictorial Shakspere" to supply.
The Plays will occupy Thirty-seven Parts. The entire But, in addition to the literary illustrations of Shak. work, including spere that may be supplied by judicious research and
SHAKSPERE'S SONNETS AND OTHER POEMS, careful selection, there is a vast storehouse of materials yet unemployed, that may, with singular propriety, be
AND A LIFE OF SHAKSPERE, used for adding both to the information and the enjoy with local Illustrations, as well as other introductory ment of the readers of our great poet-we mean Pictorial matter, will extend to Forty-four Parts. The ultimate Ilustrations. We have embellished editions of Shakspere, arrangement will be as follows :out of number, that attempt to represent the incidents of
Parts. Vols. his scenes and translate his characters into portraits for
14 2 the eye-with greater or less success ;-but we have no
10 edition in which the aid of Art has been called in to give
13 a distinctness to the conceptions of the reader by repre
13 senting the
Poems, Life, &c. REALITIES upon which the imagination of the poet must have rested.
6 Of these Pictorial Illustrations many, of course, ought to
Charles Knight and Co. Ludgate Street. (5937) be purely antiquarian ;-but the larger number of subjects offer a combination of the beautiful with the real, which must heighten the pleasure of the reader far more than any fanciful representation, however skilful, of the
GERMAN and ENGLISH incidents of the several dramas.
DICTIONARY (quite complete.) 2d Edition, 2 vols. IN THE DESIGNS AND ENGRAVING OF THE royal Svo. €1. 168. cloth boards.
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or German. 4s. 6d.
(5939) The almost endless variety of objects presented in the text will call for the best assistance that the Editor can
VIERTEL JAHRS SCHRIFT. Part 4, 7s.
(5940) THE VARIOUS READINGS AND THE GLOSSARIAL
NOTES will be presented at the foot of each page; whilst the fuller annotations will be appended to each act.
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WILLIAM WITTICH, Teacher of German in University will be prefixed to each Play, which will point out
College. 2d Edition, corrected and much enlarged, 12mo.
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(5941) ---and the complete Stories or detached passages in works of imagination, - from either of which the plot of the
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STEPHENSON'S LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE, practically Costume of the place and of the period which the Poet
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ings and 40 Woodcuts.
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