Shakespeare Lexicon and Quotation Dictionary
In more than 300 years of Shakespearean scholarship, only one book, the famous "Shakespeare Lexicon and Quotation Dictionary, " has investigated the meaning of every word that Shakepeare wrote. The lifetime work of Professor Alexander Schmidt of Konigsberg, this book has long been the indispensable companion for every person seriously interested in Shakespeare, Renaissance poetry and prose of any sort, or English literature. It is really two important books in one.
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