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All's well that ends well and Love's labour's won / [by R. Boyle]

Shakespeare commentaries pamphlets

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    Reading Room 48/BOY

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    pages 407-422 ; 22 cm.

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Published in an unidentified source.
Bound together with several other pamphlets:
Volume one:
A few remarks on the emendation, "who smothers her with painting," in the play of Cymbeline / by J. O. Halliwell -- King Henry V, Falstaff, and some others / Mr. William Nodder -- On the play of Pericles / D. L. Thomas -- The meaning of The tempest / by J. Dover Wilson -- Two passages in Shakespeare's The life of Timon of Athens / by Alfred Edward Thiselton -- The friends in Shakespeare's sonnets / by Mrs. Charlotte Carmichael Stopes -- The phoenis and turtle / Arthur H. R. Fairchild.
Volume two:
Shylock / Elmer Edgar Stoll -- Macbeth, demon and bourgeois : an example of Shakespear's creative tensions / Dr. Wolfgang J. Weilgart -- The book of the courtyer : a possible source of Benedick and Beatrice / by Mary Augusta Scott -- The probably source of the plot of Shakespeare's Tempest / by Joseph de Perott -- The sources of Titus Andronicus / Harold De W. Fuller -- "Titus and Vespacia" and "Titus and Ondronicus" in Henslowe's diary / George P. Baker -- The date and authenticity of Titus Andronicus / by Charles Crawford -- Shakespeare's sonnets / edited by Thomas Tyler -- The technic of Shakspere's sonnets / Thos. R. Price.