Lectures on Four of Shakespeare's History Plays

Lectures on Four of Shakespeare's History Plays

Lectures on Four of Shakespeare's History Plays

Lectures on Four of Shakespeare's History Plays

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The talks which constitute Number One in the Carnegie Series in English were delivered on the Carnegie campus in the spring of 1953 by members of the Department of English in conjunction with the production of Henry IV, Parts I and II, by the Department of Drama. They were prepared for the press by an editorial committee consisting of Lester M. Beattie, John A. Hart, and Raymond E. Parshall. In general the informality of the original phrasing has been retained.

The Shakespearean text used in quotations is the New Cambridge Edition edited by William Allan Neilson and Charles Jarvis Hill, published by Houghton Mifflin Company. In each talk, quotations identified only by act, scene, and line are taken from the play under discussion.

AUSTIN WRIGHT, Head Department of English . . .

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