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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.
1. Timon quitting Athens, (Timon of Athens) from a
Painting by Howard. Frontispiece.
TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.
2. Cressida, Pandarus, &c.—Kirk.
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TIMON OF ATHENS.
6. Timon, Lords, &c.—Howard.
TITUS ANDRONICUS. 8. Tamora, Lavinia, Demetrius, and Chiron.- Woodforde. 314 9. Lavinia, Young Lucius, Titus, and Marcus.—Kirk. 337 10. Aaron, Demetrius, Chiron, &c.—Ditto.