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MERCHANT OF VENICE,
NOTES, EXAMINATION PAPERS, AND PLAN
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MERCHANT OF VENICE.
KING HENRY V.
AS YOU LIKE IT.
KING HENRY VIII.
KING HENRY IV. (Part I.)
KING RICHARD III.
THE text here presented, adapted for use in mixed classes, has been carefully collated with that of six or seven of the latest and best editions. Where there was any disagreement, those readings have been adopted which seemed most reasonable and were supported by the best authority.
The Clarendon Press notes upon this play form the substance of those here used. Prof. Meiklejohn's plan, as set forth in the “General Notice" annexed, has been carried out in this volume, as in the others of this series. But as these plays are intended rather for pupils in school and college than for ripe Shakespearian scholars, we have not hesitated to prune the notes of whatever was thought to be too learned for our purpose, or on other grounds was deemed irrelevant to it. The notes of other English Edi. tions have been freely incorporated.
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