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The dramas of Shakspeare appear the work of a celestial genius, who mixed with mankind in order to make us acquainted in the gentlest way with ourselves. They are no poems! The reader seems to have open before him the immense books of fate, against which the tempest of busiest life is beating, so as to drive the leaves backwards and forwards with violence.
TENTH VOLUM E.
1. Timon quitting Athens, (Timon of Athens) from a Painting by Howard. Frontispiece.
TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.
2. Cressida, Pandarus, &c.-Kirk.
3. Cassandra raving.-Romney. .
4. Diomed, Cressida, Troilus, &c.—Kauffman.
TIMON OF ATHENS.
6. Timon, Lords, &c.-Howard.
7. Timon, Alcibiades, Phrynia, and Timandra.-Opie.
8. Tamora, Lavinia, Demetrius, and Chiron.- Woodforde. 314 9. Lavinia, Young Lucius, Titus, and Marcus.-Kirk. 10. Aaron, Demetrius, Chiron, &c.-Ditto.