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The new Hamlet, intermixed and interwoven with a revised version of Romeo and Juliet the combination being modernized, rewritten and wrought out on new-discovered lines, as indicated under the light of the higher criticism by Wm. Hawley Smith and the Smith family, farmers. Printed from the original manuscript, with text in full, and as first produced when done in action by the Smiths, their own company, under the haw tree, on their farm, at the ticket, June 17, 1902 by William Hawley Smith

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Published by Rand, McMally in Chicago .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Parodies, imitations

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25921855M
OCLC/WorldCa10357965

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The new Hamlet, intermixed and interwoven with a revised version of Romeo and Juliet; the combination being modernized, re-written and wrought out on new-discovered lines, 4/5(1). Jun 27,  · The New Hamlet, Intermixed and Interwoven with a Revised Version of Romeo and Juliet; The Combination Being Modernized, Re-Written and Wrought Out on New-Discovered Lines, as Indicated Under the Light of the Higher Criticism. William Hawley Smith. Why aren’t we still domesticating new animals? Is there a strategy to Super Bowl squares? What is the best way to cut a sandwich? Where did LEGOs get their name? Shakespeare’s plays and poems» Plays of the middle and late years» Romeo and Juliet Apart from the early Titus Andronicus, the only other play that Shakespeare wrote prior to that is classified as a tragedy is Romeo and Juliet (c. –96), which is quite untypical of the tragedies that are to follow.