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Shakespeare - Bibliographie

1894, 1895 und 1896.
(Mit Nachträgen zur Bibliographie in Band I-XXX des Jahrbuchs).

Von

Albert Cohn.

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I. ENGLAND und AMERIKA.

a. TEXTE.

A NEW VARIORUM EDITION OF SHAKESPEARE. Edited by Horace Howard FURNESS. Vol. X. A Midsommer Nights Dream. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. London: 10 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 1895. 8o. pp. xxxiv, 357.

Text of the First Folio. ‘Every word, I might say almost every letter, has been collated

with the original' (p. 345). Appendix. The text. Date of composition. Source of the plot, including the texts of Golding's translation of Ovid's story of Pyramus and Thisbe, 1567; I. Thoinson's 'A new Sonet of Pyramus and Thisbio’ from C. Robinson's Handfull of pleasant delights 1581; the scenes wherein Oberon appears in Rob. Greone's The Scottish Historie of James IV. Intermixed with a pleasand Comedio, presented by Oberam King of Fayeries, printed in 1598; and various extracts from Yong's translation of the Diana of Georgo of Montemayor; Chaucer's Faerie Queen; Percy's Rcliques, etc. Duration of the action.

English criticisms. Gorman criticisms. Notable performances. Costume. Peter
Squentz. John Spencer.

The Fairie Quoen.
Reviewed: The Saturday Review. London. June 15, 1895 (Vol. 79, p. 791). The Atlantic

Monthly. Boston, Mass. August 1895 (Vol. 76, p. 270). The Nation. New York.
Aug. 1, 1895 (Vol. 61, p. 84), by G. L. KITTREDGE. The Athenaum. London. No. 3538,

August 17, 1895, p. 235. Poet-Lore. Boston, Vol. VII (1895), p. 628, by P.

The works of William SHAKSPERE. Edited from the original texts by H. Arthur DOUBLEDAY, with the assistance of T. Gregory Foster and Robert Elson. (The Whitehall Shakspere). Vol. III–VII. Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co., 1894–96. Imp. 16o.

Contents.
Vol. III. Much Ado about Nothing. As You Like It. Twelfth Night.
Vol. IV. Measure for Measure. The Tempest.

The Winter's Tale.
Vol. V. King Henry vi. Parts 1. 2. 3. pp. 144.
Vol. VI. King John. King Richard 11. King Richard u.
Vol. VII. 1 and 2 King Henry iv. - · King Henry v.
Cf. Jahrbuch XXIX/XXX, 325.

THE HANNET SHAKSPERE.
Part VIII. The tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra. According to the First

Folio (spelling modernized), etc. Greenock: William Hutchison, 1890. 89.
Part IX. The tragedy of Othello. According, etc., ut supra. Ib. id. 1891. 8°.
Part X. The Merry Wives of Windsor, according to the First Folio (spelling

modernized). With lists of such of the emphasis-capitals of Shakspere in this play, as were omitted by each of the Second, Third, and Fourth Folios, and of new emphasis-capitals shown by it in each of these. Also introduction, including remarks on the running-titles and paging of the First Folio.

By Allan Park Paton. Greenock: Wi. Hutchison, 1896. 8o. pp. xliv, 72. Cf. Jahrbuch XVI, 432, and XVIII, 301.

THE INTERNATIONAL SHAKESPEARE. With introductions by Edward DOWDEN. London: Cassel and Co. 4°. [Cf. Jahrbuch XXIV, 215. XXVII, 322].

King Henry the Eighth. With twelve illustrations by Sir J. D. LINTON. 1892.

COMPLETE WORKS. With a glossary by W. J. CRAIG. (Oxford edition). New York: T. Nelson and Sons, 1892. 12°. pp. 1264.

WORKS. First group seven comedies: Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, Winter's Tale, Midsummer Night's Dream, Twelfth Night, Tempest, Merchant of Venice. - Second group seven of the histories: King John, K. Richard II, K. Henry IV (first part), K. Henry IV (second part), K. Henry v, K. Richard III, K. Henry viii. (The Ariel elition). New York: George P. Putnam's Sons, 1892–93. Pp. iii, 156; iii, 166; iii, 197; ii, 142; ii, 158; ii, 150; iv, 168; ii, 167; iii, 179; iii, 176; iii, 190; ii, 192; iii, 239; iii, 197.

Works. Edited by William Aldis Wright. (The Cambridge Shakespeare). Edition de luxe. 40 vol. London: Macmillan and Co., 1893–1895. Roy. 8°.

Contents.
Vol. 1. The Tempest. 2. The Two Gentlemen of Verona. 3. The Merry Wives of

Windsor. - 4. Measure for Measure. - 5. The Comedy of Errors. - 6. Much Ado about
Nothing - 7. Love's Labour's Lost. - 8. A Midsummer Night's Dream.

10. As You Like It. 11. The Taming of the Shrew.
Well that Ends Well. 13. Twelfth Night, or What You Will. 14. The Winter's
Tale. 15. King John. 16. King Richard 11. – 17. 18. King Henry iv, first and second
part. 19. King Henry v. 20. 21. 22. King Henry vi, first, second, and third part.

23. King Henry vill. 24. King Richard u. 25. Troilus and Cressida. Coriolanus. 27. Titus Andronicus. 28. Romeo and Juliet. 29. Timon of Athens. 30, Julius Casar.

- 32. Hamlet, 33. King Lear. 34. Othello, the Moor of Venice. 35. Antony and Cleopatra. - 36. Cymbeline. 37. Pericles.

Poems. 39. 40. Reprints of the early Quartos. (500 copies printed).

Works. Edited by Charles KNIGHT. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1894. Post 89.

Hearth and Home Library,

Works. Edited by Charles Knight. With 64 illustrations. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1894. Cr. 8?.

Works. With life and glossary, etc. (The Landsdowne Pocket Shakespeare). 6 vol. London: Fred. Warne and Co., 1894. 32o.

Printed on India paper. Cf. Jahrbuch XXIX/XXX, 325.

Works. Dicks's complete edition. With 37 illustrations and a memoir. London: J. Dicks, 1894. 8.

pp. xii, 1007.
The single plays issued separately as parts of Dicks's Standard Plays. No dates.

Works. Edited by H. STAUNTON, etc. 6 vol. London: George Routledge and Sons (1894). 8°.

WORKS. Edited, with prefaces, glossaries, and brief notes, by Israel GOLLANCZ. (The Temple edition). 40 vol. London: J. M. Dent and Co., 1894–1896. 16o. Portrait (from First Folio). Titlepage designed by Walter Crane, frontispieces in photogravure, and vignettes. (New York: Jacmillan and Co.).

9. The Mer.

12. All's

chant of Venice.

26.

31. Macbeth.

38.

The text is that of the Cambridge Shakespeare'. The prefaces give the history of the play, date of first edition, date of composition, the sources, the music, later versions, etc.

Contents. 1. The Tempest. 2. The Two Gentlemen of Verona. 3. The Merry Wives of Windsor.

4. Measure for Measure. 5. The Come dy of Errors. 6. Much Ado about Nothing.

7. Love's Labour's Lost. 8. A Midsu mmer Night's Dream. 9. The Merchant of Venice. 10. As You Like It. 11. The Taming of the Shrew. - 12. All's Well that Ends Well, 13. Twelfth Night. 14. The Winter's Tale. 15. King John. - 16. K. Richard II. 17. 18. K. Henry iv, parts 1 and 2. 19. K. Henry v. 20. 21. 22. K. Henry vi, parts 1, 2 and 3. 23. K. Richard il. - 24. K. Henry VIII. 25. Troilus and Cressida. 26. Coriolanus. 27. Titus Andronicus. 28. Romeo and Juliet. - 29. Timon of Athens. 30. Julius Caesar. – 31. Macbeth. 32. Hamlet. 33. K. Lear. 34. Othello. 35. Antony and Cleopatra. 36. Cymbeline. 37. Pericles. 38. Venus

and Adonis. 39. The Rape of Lucrece. 40. The Sonnets. For a Review of vol. 1-5 cf. The Athenæum. London. No. 3483, July 28, 1894, p. 139.

WORKS. Edited by William George CLARK and William Aldis WRIGHT. (The Globe edition). London: Macmillan and Co., and New York, 1895. 8o. pp. viii, 1138.

The 'Globe Shakespeare' was first printed in 1864. Reprinted January and October 1865,

1866, 1867, 1871. Glossary added 1873, 1874, 1875, 1878, 1880, 1881, 1884, 1887. Now

glossary added 1891. The edition of 1895 is a reprint of the one of 1891.

WORKS. New edition. (The Victoria edition). 3 vol. [Vol. I. Comedies. II. Histories. III. Tragedies). London: Macmillan and Co. [1895). cr. 8o.

Works. Edited by E. K. CHAMBERS. (The Arden Shakespeare). 6 vol. Boston: Heath and Co., 1895.

English Classics.

Works. (With reproductions of Frank HOWARD's illustrations]. (The Ariel edition). 40 vol. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1895–96. 16o.

In progress. Each play forming a single volume. Vol. 38. Poems; vol. 39. Sonnets; vol

40. Glossary and index. · Cf. Jahrbuch XXIX/XXX, 325.

Works. Edited by C. KNIGHT. (The People Shakespeare). London: George Routledge and Sons, 1895. 8o. pp. 770. WORKS.

(With a memoir and a glossary). (The Bedford Shakespeare). 12 vol. London: Fred. Warne and Co., 1896. 12o.

Cf. Jahrbuch XXVII, 324.

MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES, HISTORIES, TRAGEDIES, & POEMS. [With glossarial side-notes). 12 vol. London: George Newnes, 1896. 8° min.

Contents.
Vol. I. 4 ff. and pp. 354: The Tempost. The Two Gentlemen of Verona. The Merry Wives

of Windsor. Measure for Measure. Vol. II. 4 ff. and pp. 333: The Comedy of Errors.
Much Ado about Nothing. Love's Labour's Lost. A lidsummer - Night's Dream.
Vol. III. pp. 380: The Merchant of Venice. As You Like It. The Taming of the Shrew.
All's Well that Ends Well. Vol. IV. pp. 293 : Twelfth Night. The Winter's Tale.
King John. Vol. V. pp. 328: King Richard II. King Henry IV, parts 1 and 2.
Vol. VI. pp. 336: King Henry v. King Henry vi, parts 1 and 2. Vol. VII. pp. 368:
King Henry vi, part 3. King Richard 111. King Henry vill. Vol. VIII pp. 315 :
Troilus and Cressida. Coriolanus. Titus Andronicus. Vol. IX. pp. 298: Romeo and
Juliet. Timon of Athens. Julius Caesar. Vol. X. pp. 358: Macbeth. Hamlet. King Lear.

Vol. XI. pp. 382: Othello. Antony and Cleopatra. Cymbeline. Vol. XII. PP. 331:
Pericles. Poems.
Called the Stratford - on - Avon Shakespeare on the paper wrappers, accompanying each

volume; but that title is not found in the volumes themselves.
MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES, HISTORIES, TRAGEDIES AND.POEMS.

12 vol. Philadelphia, Pa.: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1896. 16o. WORKS.

With glossarjal index, etc. (The Avon edition). 12 vol. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Co., Ld., 1896.

A cheap reissue. First od. published in 1886. Cf. Jahı buch XXII, 287; XXVII, 325.

THE ROYAL SHAKSPERE. [Delius's text, introduction and life by F. J. FURNIVALL). Illustrated people's edition. London: Cassel and Co. 8o.

In progress. To be published in weekly numbers. No. 1, December, 1896. First edition

published in 1880–85. Cf. Jahrbuch XVI, 432; XVIII, 302; XXII, 286; and XXVII, 325.

Pp. 227.

pp. 171.

SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES, HISTORIES, TRAGEDIES, AND SONNETS. Edited by W. J. LOFTIE. (The Savoy edition). London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1896. 8". pp. 1114.

Works. Edited and prefaced by W. J. LOFTIE. (The Savoy edition). New York: E. and J. B. Young and Co., 1896. 8°pp. 1048.

Works. With introductory remarks and notes, critical, general and explanatory. By Samuel Phelps. Illust ns. London: Ward, Lock & Co., 1896. Roy. 89.

Originally published in 1852 899. A reissue in 1882. Cf. Jahrbuch XX, 356.

WORKS. (The Falstaff edition). London: Bliss, Sands and Co., 1896. Roy. 80. double col. pp. iv, 1100.

'For the most part the text of Delius has been followed'. (Preface).

Works. Edited with introductions and notes, by William J. ROLFE. With engravings. London: W. B. Clive (1896). 16o.

In progress. Roissue of an earlior edition with new titlopages. The following are published:

As You Liko It. pp. 208. King John. pp. 190. Julius Cæsar. pp. 198. King
Loar. pp. 267. Merchant of Venice. pp. 173. Midsummer Night's Dreain. pp. 195.
Much Ado. pp. 178. Richard II.

Tempest. pp. 155. Twelfth Night. Winter's Tale. Pp. 220. Works. With life, glossary, etc. Prepared from the texts of the First Folio, the Quartos, and compared with recent commentators. By the editor of the 'Chandos Classics’. (The Victorian edition). London: Fred. Warne and Co., 1996. 8°. pp. xvi, 1136.

Works. With life, glossary, notes, etc. Edited by the editor of the 'Chandos Classics'. (The Universal edition). London: Fred. Warne and Co., 1896. 8o. pp. xii, 1126.

The text of the Victorian and the Universal editions is that of the First Folio and the Quartos,

corrected and in modernized language. Venus and Adonis and Lucrece hare the toxt of the editions of 1593 and 1594, the Sonnets the text and the sequence of the ed. of 1009.

After Honry vill, the plays are difforently arranged from the Folio of 1623.

THE PLAYS of William Shakespeare. Edited by T. KEIGHTLEY. (New edition. With portraits of the leading actors of the day). 4 vol. London: J. S. Virtue and Co., [1892-94). 89

THE PLAYS of William Shakespeare. Edited by C. E. FLOWER. (Memorial Theatre edition). 8 vol. Birmingham: Midland Educational Co. (1895). 8o.

Commenced in 1880, each play was and still is published separately; they presont an ex

purgated text. Cf. Jahrbuch XXVI, 109 and XXVII, 322. – The Athenæum. London.

No. 3537, Aug. 10, 1895, p. 202.

SELECT PLAYS of Shakespeare. (Clarendon Press Series). Hamlet. Edited by W. G. Clark and W. A. Wright. New [third ?] edition. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1890. 89. min.

Reviewed: The Saturday Review. London. No. 2010. Dec. 1, 1894 (vol. 78, p. 602): Another

specimon of Oxford editing.

SELECT Plays of Shakespeare. (Clarendon Press Series). The famous history of the life of King Henry the Eighth. Edited by William Aldis WRIGHT. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1891. 8o. min. pp. xlviii, 176.

SELECT PLAYS of Shakespeare. (Clarendon Press Series). Much Ado About Nothing. Edited by William Aldis WRIGHT. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1894. 8o. min. pp. xi, 189.

Reviewed : Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen, etc. Braunschweig. Band XCIV

(1895), p. 332, by J[ulius) Z[UPITZA).

THE LIFE AND BEAUTIES of Shakspeare, from the approved selections of W. Dond, etc. Philadelphia: National Association for publishing Musical and Literary Works for the Blind, 1870. 40. pp. 156.

Printed in embossed type.

SHAKESPEARE'S TWILIGHTS. (A compilation of passages from Shakespeare, describing the beauties of nature, etc.). Compiled by S. F. PRICE, illustrated by W.P. CHALONER and H. P. Barnes. Boston, Mass.: D. Lothrop and Co. (1892). 8o. GREAT SPEECHES from Shakespeare's plays. With notes and a life of Shakespeare, edited by W. Scott DALGLEICH. New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1893. 12o.

pp. 158.

Cf. Jahrbuch XXVII, 333.

[SHAKESPEARE FOR RECITATION ... Arranged for the use of schools by John MILLARD. 1894). Cf. Jahrbuch XXIX/XXX, 326.

Reviewed: Beiblatt zur Anglia. Halle. Band VII, No. VII, Novemb. 1896, p. 213, by

L. WURTH.

THE SHAKESPERE BIRTHDAY RECORD. Selected and arranged by T. B. REID. London: H. J. Drane (1894). 16o.

Gems from Shakespere. A book for registering the birthdays of one's friends... Selected and arranged by G. GARRETT. London: H. J. Drane (1894). 16o. pp. 126.

WILLIAM SHAKSPERE'S COMEDIES. With 131 drawings by Edwin A. ABBEY, reproduced in photogravure. 4 vol. New York: Harper Bros., 1895. Imp. 8o. (London: Osgood, Mcllvaine and Co.).

BELL'S READERS' SHAKESPEARE. Condensed, connected and emphasized for school, college, parlour, and platform. By David Charles Bell. In 3 vol. Vol. I. The historical plays. Vol. II. The tragedies and one romantic play: The Tempest. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1895 – 96. 8°. Vol. I. pp. 496. Vol. II. pp. 471. (New York: Funk and Wagnalls Co.).

Vol. III not yet published.

THE CHILDREN'S SHAKESPEARE. Edited by E. Nesbit. Illustrated by Frances Brundage, M. Bowley, and others. Coloured plates. London: R. Tuck and Sons, 1895. Roy. 8o. pp. 96.

ExGLISH HISTORICAL PLAYS. By Shakespeare, Marlowe, Peel, Heywood, Fletcher, and Ford. Arranged for acting as well as for reading by T. Donovan. 2 vol. London: Macmillan and Co., 1896. 8o. pp. ix, 467; 468.

Reviewed: The Saturday Review. London. No. 2146. Decemb. 12, 1896. (Vol. 82, p. 631). —

The Athenæum. London. No. 3617, Fob. 20, 1897, p. 255.

The plays printed as parts of the Junior School Shakespeare', the ‘Warwick Shakespeare', * Arnold's School Shakespeare', the Pitt Press Shakespeare for Schools', or under similar headings, have been entered in their alphabetical order in the following division.

As You LIKE IT. With introduction and notes by Lionel W. LYDE. London: W. G. Blackie and Son, 1894. 16o.

Junior School Shakespeare.

As You LIKE IT. Edited by J. C. SMITH. London: W. G. Blackie and Son, 1894. 12o. pp. 178.

The Warwick Shakespeare. (Suitable for senior scholars).
As You Like It. Edited by S. E. WINBOLT. London: Edward Arnold, 1895. 12o.

Arnold's School Shakespeare. (General editor, J. Churton COLLINS).
As You LIKE Ir. New York: American Book Co., 1895. 8°. pp. 102.

Eclectic English Classics.

As You LIKE IT. With introduction by B. WENDELL, notes by William L. PHELPS. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1896. 12o.

Longman's English Classics.

As You LIKE IT. Edited by Richard Grant WHITE. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1896. 16".

Riverside Literary Series, no. 93.
As You LIKE IT. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1896.
Riverside School Library.

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