Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Lear

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SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR

EDITED, WITH NOTES, BY WILLIAM J. ROLFE, LITT. D.
FORMERLY HEAD MASTER OF THE HIGH SCHOOL, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. WITH ENGRAVINGS.

NEW YORK CINCINNATI CHICAGO

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Contents 7
  • Introduction to the Tragedy of King Lear 9
  • King Lear 41
  • Act I 43
  • Scene Iii. the Duke of Albany's Palace. 53
  • Scene Iv. a Hall in the Same. 58
  • Scene V. Court Before the Same. 70
  • Act II 72
  • Scene Iii. a Part of the Heath. 77
  • Scene Iv. Before Glosler's Castle. 82
  • Act III 94
  • Scene Iii. Gloster's Castle. 96
  • Scene Vi. a Chamber in a Farmhouse Adjoining the Castle. 105
  • Scene Vii. Gloster's Castle. 106
  • Act IV 114
  • Scene Iii. the French Camp Near Dover. 121
  • Scene Iv. the Same. a Tent. 123
  • Scene Vi. Fields Near Dover. 124
  • Scene Vii. a Tent in the French Camp. Lear on a Bed Asleep, Soft Music Playing; Gentleman and Others Attending. 125
  • Act V 138
  • Notes 155
  • Abbreviations Used in the Notes 156
  • Notes 157
  • Index of Words and Phrases Explained 263
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