Comedies: Two gentlemen of Verona. Comedy of errors. Taming of the shrew. Much ado about nothing. Love labour's lost. Merchant of Venice. Merry wives of Windsor. Twelfth night. As you like it. Midsummer night's dream. Measure for measure. The tempest. All's well that ends well. Winter's tale
Harper & brothers, 1847
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