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On the literary genetics of Shakspere's plays, 1592-1594 (edition 1959)

by Thomas Whitfield Baldwin

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Title:On the literary genetics of Shakspere's plays, 1592-1594
Authors:Thomas Whitfield Baldwin
Info:Urbana, Ill. : University of Illinois Press, 1959.
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Tags:William Shakespeare, Shakespeare criticism, renaissance drama

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