The Second Part of Henry the Fourth by William Shakespeare

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The Rape of Lucrece by William Shakespeare [Collins edition]

THE RAPE OF LUCRECE by William Shakespeare THE RAPE OF LUCRECE TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE HENRY WRIOTHESLY, EARL OF SOUTHAMPTON, AND BARON OF TITCHFIELD. THE love I dedicate to your Lordship is without end; whereof this pamphlet, without beginning, is but a superfluous moiety. The warrant I have of your honourable disposition, not the worth

The Passionate Pilgrim by William Shakespeare [Collins edition]

THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM by William Shakespeare I. Did not the heavenly rhetoric of thine eye, ‘Gainst whom the world could not hold argument, Persuade my heart to this false perjury? Vows for thee broke deserve not punishment. A woman I forswore; but I will prove, Thou being a goddess, I forswore not thee: My vow

The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare [Craig, Oxford edition]

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR by William Shakespeare DRAMATIS PERSONAE SIR JOHN FALSTAFF FENTON, a young gentleman SHALLOW, a country justice SLENDER, cousin to Shallow FORD, Gentleman dwelling at Windsor PAGE, Gentleman dwelling at Windsor WILLIAM PAGE, a boy, son to Page SIR HUGH EVANS, a Welsh parson DOCTOR CAIUS, a French physician HOST of

The Merry Devil by William Shakespeare

This eBook was produced by Tony Adam. THE MERRY DEVILL OF EDMONTON (DRAMATIS PERSONAE.) Sir Arthur Clare. Sir Richard Mounchensey. Sir Ralph Jerningham. Henry Clare. Raymond Mounchensey. Frank Jerningham. Sir John . Banks . Smug . Bilbo. Host. Brian. Fabel . Lady Clare. Millisent. Abbess. Sexton. Nuns and Attendants. The Prologue. Your silence and attention,

The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare

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The Life of Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare

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The Life of Sir John Oldcastle by William Shakespeare

This Etext prepared by Tony Adam anthony-adam@tamu.edu The True and Honorable History of the Life of Sir John Oldcastle, the Good Lord Cobham. Attributed in part to William Shakespeare. The Actors Names in the History of Sir John Oldcastle. King Henry the Fifth. Sir John Old-castle, Lord Cobham. Harpoole, Servant to the Lord Cobham. Lord

The Life of King Henry V by William Shakespeare [Tudor edition]

THE LIFE OF KING HENRY V by William Shakespeare DRAMATIS PERSONAE KING HENRY V. DUKE OF GLOUCESTER, brother to the King. DUKE OF BEDFORD, brother to the King. DUKE OF EXETER, uncle to the King. DUKE OF YORK, cousin to the King. EARL OF SALISBURY. EARL OF WESTMORELAND. EARL OF WARWICK. ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. BISHOP

The Life of Henry VIII by William Shakespeare [Dunlap edition]

THE LIFE OF HENRY THE EIGHTH by William Shakespeare DRAMATIS PERSONAE KING HENRY THE EIGHTH CARDINAL WOLSEY CARDINAL CAMPEIUS CAPUCIUS, Ambassador from the Emperor Charles V CRANMER, archbishop of Canterbury DUKE OF NORFOLK DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM DUKE OF SUFFOLK EARL OF SURREY LORD CHAMBERLAIN LORD CHANCELLOR GARDINER, bishop of Winchester BISHOP OF LINCOLN LORD ABERGAVENNY

The Life of Henry the Fifth by William Shakespeare

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The life and death of King Richard the Second by William Shakespeare

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