The Royal Shakspere; the poet's works in chronological order from the text of Professor Delius, with The two noble kinsmen and Edward III.
v. 1. Introduction. Titus Andronicus. King Henry VI, pt. I. Two gentlemen of Verona. Comedy of errors. Venus and Adonis. King Henry VI, pt. II. Love's labour's lost. Romeo and Juliet. Sonnets. King Henry VI, pt. III. Lucrece. Taming of the shrew. King Richard III.--v. 2. Merchant of Venice. A midsummer night's dream. King John. King Richard II. King Henry IV, pt. I. All's well that ends well. King Henry IV, pt. II. The passionate pilgrim. Much ado about nothing. King Henry V. Merry wives of Windsor. The Phoenix and turtle. Twelfth night. As you like it. Hamlet. Julius Caesar. Measure for measure. Othello. A lover's complaint.--v. 3. King Lear. Macbeth. Timon of Athens. Antony and Cleopatra. Pericles. Troilus and Cressida. Coriolanus. Winter's tale. Cymbeline. The tempest. King Henry VIII. Two noble kinsmen. Edward III
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