Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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The phrase “ newly corrected and augmented ” reappears on the title - page of the “ good ” Quarto of Romeo and Juliet , also published by Burby ( 1599 ) and , like Love's Labour's Lost , never entered on the Stationers ' Register .
The printer of the 1598 Quarto was William White . Dover Wilson's researches , the results of which are given in his Note on the Copy in the New Cambridge edition of the play , have established a remarkably clear picture of what went on ...
It is this peculiarity that provides the proof that the First Folio text of the play was set up not , as Hart supposed , from an independent ( and more authoritative ) manuscript , but from a copy of the 1598 Quarto ; for the word ...