***24. WORDSWORTH’S PRELUDE.
The introduction and notes have been written by W. BASIL WORSFOLD, M.A., and the frontispiece is taken from the portrait of Wordsworth by H.W. PICKERSGILL, R.A., in the National Gallery. A map of the Lake District is added.
25. THE DEFENCE OF GUENEVERE and other Poems by WILLIAM MORRIS.
Editor, ROBERT STEELE. With reproduction of DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI’S picture of “Lancelot and Guenevere at King Arthur’s tomb” as frontispiece.
26, 27. BROWNING’S “MEN AND WOMEN.”
Edited with introduction and notes by W. BASIL WORSFOLD, M.A. Two volumes, each with portrait of Browning as frontispiece.
In two volumes.
28. POE’S POEMS.
Editor, EDWARD HUTTON. Frontispiece, Poe’s cottage.
34. SAPPHO: One Hundred Lyrics By BLISS CARMAN, With frontispiece after a Greek gem.
To be continued.
NOTE.—At the date of this list, May
1, 1907, Nos. 1-35 were published.
Numbers subsequent to 35 are at press or about to go to press_.
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THE SHAKESPEARE CLASSICS
A Series of volumes of reprints, under the general editorship of Professor I. GOLLANCZ, embodying the Romances, Novels, and Plays used by Shakespeare as the direct sources and originals of his plays. 6-1/2 x 5-1/4 inches, gilt tops, in the following styles. Each volume will contain a photogravure frontispiece reproduction of the original title. Publication of Nos. 1 and 2 in June; No. 3 in September, and thereafter at short intervals.
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1. LODGE’S “ROSALYNDE”: the original of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.”
Edited by W.W. GREG, M.A.
2. GREENE’S “DORASTUS AND FAWNIA”: the original of Shakespeare’s “Winter’s Tale.”
Edited by P.G. THOMAS, Professor of English Literature, Bedford College, University of London.
3. BROOKE’S POEM OF “ROMEUS AND JULIET”: the original of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” as edited by P.A. DANIEL, modernised and re-edited by J.J. MUNRO.
4. “THE TROUBLESOME REIGN OF KING JOHN”: the Play rewritten by Shakespeare as “King John.”
Edited by F.J. FURNIVALL, D. Litt.
5, 6. “THE HISTORY OF HAMLET.” Together with other Documents illustrative of the source of Shakespeare’s play, and an Introductory Study of the Legend of Hamlet by Professor I. GOLLANCZ, Litt.D., who also edits the work. (NOTE.—No. 6 will fill 2 volumes.)
7. “THE PLAY OF KING LEIR AND HIS THREE DAUGHTERS”: the old play on the subject of King Lear.