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Julius Caesar –by: William Shakespeare

Though it's titled The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, the man himself appears only in five scenes in the entire play! However, such is his impact on the events that surrounded him that he still remains the central figure in this psychological drama that combines politics, honor, assassination, betrayal, the lust for power, patriotism and friendship. Set in 44 BC in ancient Rome, it is one of William Shakespeare's early Tragedies.

First thought to have been performed in September 1599, William Shakespeare's original text or script have long vanished. What we have today is taken f...

Postikonttorissa Pikkukaupungin kuvaus yhdess nytksess

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POSTIKONTTORISSA

Pikkukaupungin kuvaus yhdess"a n"ayt"oksess"a

Kirj.

R. KILJANDER

Ensimm"aisen kerran julkaissut K. J. Gummerus, Jyv"askyl"a, 1887.

HENKIL"OT:

POSTINHOITAJA. KIRJURI. POSTILJOONI. KAUPPANEUVOS. TALONPOIKA. KULEKSIVA KAUPPIAS. KAUPUNGINPALVELIJA. PIENI POIKA. SUUREMPI POIKA. HELMI. NEITI EUFROSYNE. TALONPOIKAISVAIMO. PALVELUSTYTT"O. YLEIS"O"A.

Tavallinen postikonttorihuone pieness"a kaupungissa. Per"all"a ja vasemmalla puolella ovi (n"aytt"am"olt"a luettu), oikealla ikkuna. Poikkipuolin n"aytt"am"o"...

L illustre com

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L'ILLUSTRE COMEDIEN, OU LE MARTYRE DE SAINCT GENEST.

TRAGEDIE.

[EX DOLORE GAUDIUM]

`A PARIS,

Chez CARDIN BESONGNE, au Palais, au haut de la Montée de la saincte Chappelle, aux Rose...

Nathan der Weise

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NATHAN VIISAS

Viisin"ayt"oksinen n"aytelm"aruno

Kirj.

GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM LESSING

SUOMENNOSTY"O ON SUORITETTU "SUOMALAISEN KIRJALLISUUDEN EDIST"AMISRAHASTON" VAROILLA.

Suomentanut

J. SILJO

Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, Helsinki, 1919.

Introite, nam et heic Dii sunt Apud Gellium .

(Astukaa sis"a"an, sill"a t"a"all"akin asuu jumalia! Gelliuksen lause.)

HENKIL"OT:

SALADIN, sulttaani. SITTAH, h"anen sisarensa. NATHAN, rikas jerusalemilainen juutalainen. RECHA, h"anen ot...

Sophonisba Tragedie tresexcellente, tant pour l argument, que pour le poly langage et graves sentences dont elle est orn

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Sophonisba.

Tragedie tresexcellente, tant pour l'argument, que pour le poly langage et graves sentences dont elle est ornée: representée et prononcée devant le Roy, en sa ville de Bloys.

[Marque d'imprimeur]

A Paris.

De l'imprimerie de Philippe Danfrie, et Richard Breton, Rue S. Jacques, à l'escrevisse

M. vc. lix.

Avec privilege du Roy.

Gilles Corrozet au Lecteur.

Il n'est besoin, lecteur, que je te recommande beaucoup le petit oeuvre present, par ce que l'authorité, scavoir, noblesse, et experience de ceulx qui l'ont mis en Francois (et avec gra...

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书名: 幽閨記 施惠著

Title: You Gui Ji Author: Shi Hui

第一出開場始末   【西江月】(副末上)輕薄人情似紙,遷移世事如棋。今來古往不勝悲, 何用虛名虛利?遇景且須行樂,當場謾共銜杯。莫教花落子規啼,懊恨春光去矣。

  【沁園春】蔣氏世隆,中都貢士,妹子瑞蓮。遇興福逃生,結為兄弟。 瑞蘭王女,失母為隨遷。荒村尋妹,頻呼小字,音韻相同事偶然。應聲處, 佳人才子,旅館就良緣。岳翁瞥見生嗔怒,拆散鴛鴦最可...

King Henry V

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1599

THE LIFE OF KING HENRY THE FIFTH

by William Shakespeare

DRAMATIS PERSONAE

CHORUS KING HENRY THE FIFTH DUKE OF GLOUCESTER, brother to the King DUKE OF BEDFORD, " " " " 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 OF ELY

EARL OF CAMBRIDGE, conspirator against the King LORD SCROOP, " " " " SIR THOMAS GREY, " " " " SIR THOMAS ERPINGHAM, office...

A Bit O Love

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PLAYS IN THE FOURTH SERIES

A BIT O' LOVE

By John Galsworthy

PERSONS OF THE PLAY

MICHAEL STRANGWAY BEATRICE STRANGWAY MRS. BRADMERE JIM BERE JACK CREMER MRS. BURLACOMBE BURLACOMBE TRUSTAFORD JARLAND CLYST FREMAN GODLEIGH SOL POTTER MORSE, AND OTHERS IVY BURLACOMBE CONNIE TRUSTAFORD GLADYS FREMAN MERCY JARLAND TIBBY JARLAND BOBBIE JARLAND

SCENE: A VILLAGE OF THE WEST

The Action passes on Ascension Day.

ACT I. STRANGWAY'S rooms at BURLACOMBE'S. Mo...

Three Plays Lawing and Jawing; Forty Yards; Woofing

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Note: These plays have been transcribed from original manuscripts. There are pencilled notations possibly by Ms. Hurston herself. These pencilled notations have been transcribed as [Handwritten:(text)], with the exception of things that were clearly corrected typing mistakes. Uncorrected typographical errors were left as in the original. Words which were underlined in the text are enclosed by underscores (" ").

Images of the original pages are available through the American Memory Collection of the Library of...

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