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SHAKESPEARE AND THE ELIZABETHAN PLAYGOER—continued
I. The Reception of the News of Shakespeare's Death
VI. Early Oral Tradition at Stratford-on-Avon
Scholars and Statesmen .
I. Pepys the Microcosm of the Average Playgoer
IV. Pepys's Criticism of Shakespeare. His Admiration
of Betterton in Shakespearean Rôles
of the Restoration.
MR BENSON AND SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMA
I. The True Aim of the Municipal Theatre .
The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Actor-
Manager System. The Control of the Capitalist .
rical Organisation in England .
ple of Vienna
III. His lofty Conception of Public Virtue. Frequency
of his Denunciation of Royal "Ceremony "
IV. The Duty of Obedience to Authority.
V. The Moral Atmosphere of Shakespearean Drama