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Ancestors' brocades;: The literary debut of Emily Dickinson, by Millicent Todd Bingham
The Best Tales of Hoffmann by E. T. A. Hoffmann
Curiosities of literature by Isaac Disraeli
Emily Dickinson's Home: Letters of Edward Dickinson and His Family by Millicent Todd Bingham
Epic and Romance: Essays on Mediaeval Literature by W. P. Ker
Eugene O'Neill, the man and his plays by Barrett H. Clark
Evolution of the English Language by George H. McKnight
Famous Trials 7: Oscar Wilde by H. Montgomery Hyde
Folk-lore of Shakespeare by T. F. Thiselton Dyer
Folklore in the English and Scottish Ballads by Lowry Charles Wimberly
Founders of the Middle Ages by Edward Kennard Rand
The golden day; a study in American literature and culture by Lewis Mumford
H. D. Thoreau: A Writer's Journal by Henry David Thoreau
Hamburgische Dramaturgie by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century by Henry A. Beers
HUMOUR, WIT AND SATIRE OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY by John Ashton
Invitation to Shakespeare: Hamlet by William Shakespeare
The Italian Comedy by Pierre Louis Duchartre
Letters on the short story, the drama, and other literary topics, by Anton Chekhov
Lewis Carroll as I Knew Him by Isa Bowman
The life of Lewis Carroll by Florence Becker Lennon
A Life of William Shakespeare by Sidney Lee
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Masterpieces of the Russian drama by George Rapall Noyes
Masterpieces of the Russian Drama Volume Two by George Rapall Noyes
MASTERPIECES OF THE RUSSIAN DRAMA: Volume One. by George Rapall Noyes
Melville in the South Seas by Charles Roberts Anderson
Othello by William Shakespeare
Play-Making A Manual of Craftsmanship by William Archer
Poems by George Santayana
The poet's craft: a course in the critical appreciation of poetry based on the study of holograph manuscripts, earlier and latr versions of printed poems, transpositions of prose into verse, and contrasted translations by A. F. Scott
Poetics by Aristotle
The Romance of Words by Ernest Weekley
Shakespeare as a dramatic artist; a popular illustration of the principles of scientific criticism by Richard Green Moulton
Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving by George Clinton Densmore Odell
Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving, Vol. II by George Clinton Densmore Odell
Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving: v. 1 by George Clinton Densmore Odell
A Shakespearian Grammar: An Attempt to Illustrate Some of the Differences Between Elizabethan and Modern English by E. A. Abbott
The Spanish Stage In The Time Of Lope De Vega by Hugo Albert Rennert
The Tempest by William Shakespeare
Tolstoy by George Rapall Noyes
The Wood Beyond the World by William Morris

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