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The Works of William Shakespeare: The Henry Irving Shakespeare: Volume 1: Love's Labour's Lost, A Comedy of Errors, Two Gentlemen of Verona by William ShakespeareVolume 01
The Works of William Shakespeare: The Henry Irving Shakespeare: Volume 2: Romeo and Juliet, King Henry VI Pt. 1, King Henry Vi Pt. 2 by William ShakespeareVolume 02
The Works of William Shakespeare: The Henry Irving Shakespeare: Volume 3: King Henry VI Pt. 3, King Henry Vi Condensed, The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night's Dream by William ShakespeareVolume 03
2 Plays: Richard II; Richard III by William ShakespeareVolume 04
The Works of William Shakespeare: The Henry Irving Shakespeare: Volume 6: King Henry VI Pt.2, King Henry V, The Merry Wives of Windsor by William ShakespeareVolume 06
3 Plays: As You Like It; Much Ado About Nothing; Twelfth Night by William ShakespeareVolume 07
The Works of William Shakespeare: The Henry Irving Shakespeare: Volume 8: Julius Ceasar, Alls Well that Ends Well, Troilus and Cressida by William ShakespeareVolume 08
2 Plays: Hamlet; Othello by William ShakespeareVolume 09
3 Plays: King Lear; Measure for Measure; Pericles by William ShakespeareVolume 10
3 Plays: Antony and Cleopatra; Macbeth; Timon of Athens by William ShakespeareVolume 11
The Works of William Shakespeare: The Henry Irving Shakespeare: Volume 12: Coriolanus, Cymbeline, Titus Andronicus by William ShakespeareVolume 12
3 Plays: Henry VIII; The Tempest; The Winter's Tale by William ShakespeareVolume 13
The Works of William Shakespeare: The Henry Irving Shakespeare: Volume 14: Sonnets and Poems, Shakespeare-land by William ShakespeareVolume 14

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Henry Irving Shakespeare.

Nominally from Gresham Publishing, but may be available from others.

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