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山田 章博 (2) : Akihiro Yamada

This page covers the author of Secrets of the Printed Page in the Age of Shakespeare (Ams Studies in the Renaissance).

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In 1959 Akihiro Yamada began as a specialist in early modern English literature at the Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-upon-Avon. His books include Thomas Creede: Printer to Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (1994) and Peter Short: An Elizabethan Printer (2002). He is also an editor of the Revels Plays edition of George Chapman's The Widow's Tears (1975) and The First Folio of Shakespeare: A Transcript of Contemporary Marginalia (1998).

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