William Shakespeare: The Critical Heritage - Vol. 6

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Contents
PREFACE xi
INTRODUCTION 1
NOTE ON THE TEXT 87
243 FRANCIS GENTLEMAN, commentary on Shakespeare, 1774 89
244 ALEXANDER GERARD, on Shakespeare’s genius, 1774 113
245 WILLIAM KENRICK, lectures on Shakespeare, 1774 115
246 WILLIAM RICHARDSON, on the morality of Macbeth and Hamlet, 1774 118
247 EDWARD TAYLOR, Shakespeare’s faulty tragedies, 1774 124
248 Unsigned essay, on the cowardice of Falstaff, c. 1774 133
249 ELIZABETH GRIFFITH, Shakespeare and domestic morality, 1775 136
250 WILLIAM COOKE, Shakespeare’s language, 1775 149
251 JAMES BEATTIE, Shakespearian tragedy, 1776 151
252 JOHN BERKENHOUT, Shakespeare defended from Voltaire, 1777 156
253 JOSEPH PRIESTLEY, lectures on Shakespeare, 1777 160
254 MAURICE MORGANN, on Falstaff, 1777 164
255 FREDERICK PILON, on acting Hamlet, 1777 180
256 HENRY BROOKE, adaptation of Antony and Cleopatra, 1778 184
257 GEORGE STEEVENS and others, edition of Shakespeare, 1778 189
258 Unsigned article, in defence of Polonius, 1779 200
259 GEORGE STEEVENS, on the alterations of Shakespeare, 1779 204
260 WILLIAM RICHARDSON, on Richard III’s wooing, 1779 208
261 HORACE WALPOLE, Shakespeare’s natural genius, 1779-80 211
262 SAMUEL BADCOCK, Shakespeare’s originality, 1780 215
263 EDWARD CAPELL, notes on Shakespeare, 1780 218
264 HENRY MACKENZIE, on the character of Hamlet, 1780 272

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