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index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakespeare

Samuel Ayscough

index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakespeare

calculated to point out the differet meanings to which the words are applied.

by Samuel Ayscough

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Published by Printed for William Jones in Dublin .
Written in English


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ContributionsShakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
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AN INDEX to the remarkable Passages and Words made use of by SHAKESPEARE calculated to point out the different meanings to which the words are applied (being THE THIRD VOLUME of Shakespeare's Dramatic Works, ).

An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words Made Use of by Shakspeare; Calculated to Point Out the Different Meanings to which the Words are Applied. By the Rev. Samuel Auscough. Release on | by William Shakespeare.

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By the Rev. Samuel Auscough. William Shakespeare — Author: William Shakespeare. An index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakespeare; calculated to point out the different meanings to which the words are applied. By Author: Samuel Aysough. Full text of "An index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakspeare " See other formats.

An index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakespeare: calculated to point out the different meanings to which the words are applied.

PR A98 A Shakespeare. Ayscough's third volume, entitled An index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakspeare, is the first published concordance of Shakespeare's plays.

The publisher John Stockdale paid guineas for the index which was specifically designed to accompany Stockdale's two-volume edition of Shakespeare's plays. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for An index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakespeare; calculated to point out the different meanings to which the words are applied at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Start by marking “dramatic works ; With Explanatory Notes. to Which Is Now Added, a Copious Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words. by the REV.3/5(2). Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words Made Use of by Shakespeare, 2nd ed., revised & enlarged by S. Ayscough Call Number: PR A9 ISBN: Author: Position Vacant.

Index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by Shakspeare. London: Printed for J. Stockdale, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Ayscough.

An index to the remarkable passages and words, made use of by Shakspeare;: calculated to point out the different meanings to which the words are applied.

Author: Samuel Ayscough. Entitled An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words Made Use of by Shakespeare; Calculated to Point out the Different Meanings to Which the Words are Applied, it was published by John Stockdale in With a pencil gift inscription dated to half title to volume one.

An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words Made Use of by Shakspeare: Calculated to Point Out the Different Meanings to Which the Words Are Applie by Samuel Ayscough avg rating — 0 ratings — published   This passage hardly shares the romantic sentiment in today’s use of the phrase.

Shakespeare’s writing lives on in today’s language, culture, and literary traditions because his influence (and the influence of the Renaissance) became an essential building block in the development of the English : Lee Jamieson. This site has offered Shakespeare's plays and poetry to the Internet community since For other Shakespeare resources, visit the Mr.

William Shakespeare and the Internet Web site. The original electronic source for this server was the Complete Moby(tm) Shakespeare. The HTML versions of the plays provided here are placed in the public domain. Clarke, Mary Cowden () The complete concordance to Shakespeare: being a verbal index to all the passages in the dramatic works of the poet / by Mrs.

Cowden Clarke New and rev. edition Hardcover London: Kent, Very Good Book Publishing Details. Why use Open Source Shakespeare? This site was built with four attributes in mind: Power, Flexibility, Friendliness, and Openness.

It won't replace the expensive, subscription-only sites at libraries or research institutions, but you can use the advanced search function, read the plays, and look up words in the concordance.

From June to FebruaryOpen Source Shakespeare hosted over.After an overview of Shakespeare’s life and career, the book summarises Elizabethan attitudes to History and Politics, concepts of the cosmos, theological issues such as Free Will and the Fall of Man, and the tensions that ultimately destroyed consensus on these matters.

An index to the remarkable passages and words made use of by.Today was one of those days. As I was re-reading some of these and remembering why I love writing, reading, and the power of words and a good story, I thought perhaps someone somewhere out there might be feeling the same as me this morning.

Here are 31 of the most beautiful passages in literature.