Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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1 Some change is unavoidable in substituting modern , grammatical punctuation for the pointing of Elizabethan dramatic texts . This is more generally understood now than in the early years of this century , but comments on the problems ...
His notes , particularly those on parallels of language and thought between Love's Labour's Lost and other Elizabethan writings , are still of the highest value , and I have not hesitated to take advantage of the Arden tradition and ...
Nashe , in his Introduction horse , which is famous in Elizabethan to Greene's Menaphon ( 1589 ) , speaks literature and on down to the middle a Arm . A most fine figure ! Moth . To 20 [ Act 1 . LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST.