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Shakespeare, 1700-1740

H. L. Ford

Shakespeare, 1700-1740

a collation of the editions and separate plays, with some account of T. Johnson and R. Walker

by H. L. Ford

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Published by B. Blom in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Bibliography.,
  • Johnson, Thomas, 1677 (ca.)-1735.,
  • Walker, Robert, fl. 1729-1758.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of the 1935 ed.

    Statementby H. L. Ford.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8811 .F69 1968
    The Physical Object
    Pagination145 p.
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5630700M
    LC Control Number68056498

    Shakespeare Quarterly () Early in this fascinating but ultimately frustrating study, Paul Hammond writes: "[i]n place of the cultural materialist and new historicist treatments Author: Jane Kingsley-Smith. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid.

    Includes the Life of Shakespeare by Nicholas Rowe in v. 1; v. 8 has an index and 'various readings.' Vol. 9 with three final leaves of bookseller's advertisements for Tonson (leaves S) and the Wellingtons (leaf S12). Citation Alston, III. ESTC (BL), T Ford, H.L. Shakespeare , p. A literary history of England by one author, a history that is comprehensive and authoritative over the whole field, is next to impossible. Hence, the plan of the present book. A general harmony of treatment among the five contributors, rather than rigid uniformity of plan, has seemed desirable, and there is quite properly some difference of.

    [Plays. ] The works of Mr. William Shakespear: in six volumes: adorn'd with cuts / r. Other factors, such as the growth of circulating libraries, the availability in coffee houses of periodicals in which critical discussion of Shakespeare and quotations from his works were common, and the influence of the Shakespeare Ladies’ Club in raising awareness of the virtues of Shakespeare’s works, all played a role in contributing to.


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Shakespeare A Collation of the Editions and Separate 1700-1740 book, with Some Account of T. Johnson and R. Walker [H. Ford] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Reprint of the first edition. Contains the supplementary material that was issued separately. viii. Shakespeare, a collation of the editions and separate plays, with some account of T.

Johnson and R. Walker, [H. Ford] on Shakespeare shipping on qualifying offers. SHAKESPEARE IN THE PERIODICALS, upon this sinful land; but those impudent fellows the players, who call themselves their majesties servants, a few days after we felt that dredful storm, entertain'd the town with the ridiculous representation of what filled us with the greatest horror, in the play call'd Macbeth: as if they.

Ford, H.L. Shakespeare, ESTC Boston Public Library. Barton collection catalogue Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy shelved under G bound variously in modern red morocco with papier tourniquet (vol. 1) and ca. 18th-century red morocco panelled and tooled in gilt with spines rebacked (vols.

).Pages:   Ford, H.L. Shakespeare Jaggard, W. Shakespeare bibliography Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in early mottled calfskin panelled in blind. Vols. 1, 6, and 8 have been rebound by the Library.

The armorial bookplate of the Barton Library is present on the front pastedowns. Canonising Shakespeare offers the first comprehensive reassessment of Shakespeare's afterlife as a print phenomenon, demonstrating the crucial role that the book 1700-1740 book played in his rise to cultural pre-eminence.

– was the period in which Shakespeare's canon was determined, in 1700-1740 book the poems resumed their place alongside the plays in print, and in which artisans and named editors. This book, the first to confront the implications of the 'Shakespeare Apocrypha', asks how and why these plays have historically been excluded from the canon.

Innovatively combining approaches from book history, theatre history, attribution studies and canon theory, Peter Kirwan unveils the historical assumptions and principles that shaped the Cited by: 5. Were Shakespeare's Plays Separately Published in. This question may seem surprising.

Ford's Shakespeare bibliog-raphy lists only a few scattered instances of unadapted plays being issued in separate editions between and the s.2 Shakespeare bibliographers have for more than half a century emphasized the importance of the Tonson.

Additions to A Tale of a Tub Herbert L. Ford, Shakespeare, A Collation of the Editions and Separate Plays, with Some Account of T. Johnson and R. Walker (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), pp. See the list of books printed and sold by Johnson in Matthew Prior, Poems on.

Get this from a library. Shakespeare, ; a collation of the editions and separate plays, with some account of T. Johnson and R. Walker. [H L Ford].

Ford, H.L. Shakespeare, ; a collation of the editions and separate plays, with some account of T. Johnson and R. Walker. Oxford, Printed at the University Press, Pages ; Murphy, Andrew. Shakespeare in print: a history and chronology of Shakespeare publishing. Cambridge UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, For a comprehensive survey of the publication of Shakespeare’s work in the eighteenth century see H.

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Johnson and E. Walker / by H. Ford Printed at the University Press Oxford. Wikipedia Citation. War of the Spanish Succession begins—the last of Louis XIV's wars for domination of the continent. The Peace of Utrecht () will end the conflict and mark the rise of the British Queen Anne's War in America, it ends with the British taking New Foundland, Acadia, and Hudson's Bay Territory from France, and Gibraltar and Minorca from Spain.

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The Rowe-Tonson edition of Shakespeare's plays () is an important event in the history of both Shakespeare studies and English literary criticism. Though based substantially on the Fourth Folio (), it is the first, "edited" edition: Rowe modernized spelling and punctuation and quietly made a number of sensible emendations.

It is the first edition to include dramatis personae, the first Author: Nicholas Rowe. These are the terminal letters of the name of the editor, Charles Gildon [Ford Shakespeare pp. ; Jaggard Shakespeare Bibliography p. ESTC T]. The rare Vol. 7 of Rowe's Edition ofthe First Octavo Edition of Shakespeare's Works.

The separate titles are dated About this Item: London J Tonson, 12mo, pp 72, engraved frontispiece by Foudrinier, disbound, a good sound copy, FIRST EDITION THUS, corresponding to item 27 in Ford's 'Shakespeare a Collation of the Separate Plays.' [OUP, ].

Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 4. [1] Alfred Jackson, "Rowe's edition of Shakespeare," Library X (), ; Allardyce Nicoll, "The editors of Shakespeare from first folio to Malone," Studies in the first Folio, London (), pp.

; Ronald B. McKerrow, "The treatment of Shakespeare's text by his earlier editors, ," Proceedings of the British Academy, XIX (), ; Augustus Ralli, A history of.

About this Item: London J Tonson, 12mo, pp 72, engraved frontispiece by Foudrinier, disbound, a good sound copy, FIRST EDITION THUS, corresponding to item 27 in Ford's 'Shakespeare a Collation of the Separate Plays.' [OUP, ].

Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 2.publisher of the Augustan Age.” H. L. Ford, Shakespeare 1 (). In his own time, he was described as “Chief Merchant to the Muses.” Gary Taylor, Reinventing Shakespeare: A Cultural History from the Restoration to the Present 52 ()(quoting Edward Ward, The Secret History of .3 works Search for books with subject Thomas Johnson.

Shakespeare, Herbert Lewis Ford Not In Library. By the Mayor. To the Alderman of the ward of [blank] City of London. Lord Mayor. Not In Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.

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