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PR2752 .S8 1803 [Info] The Plays of William Shakspeare, in Twenty-One Volumes: With the Corrections and Illustrations of Various Commentators, To Which Are Added Notes by Samuel Johnson and George Steevens (fifth edition revised and augmented by Reed; London: Printed for J. Johnson et al., 1803), by William Shakespeare, contrib. by Samuel Johnson, George Steevens, and Isaac Reed (page images at Hathitrust)
PR2753 .C77 1848 [Info] A Supplement to the Plays of William Shakespeare: Comprising the Seven Dramas, Which Have Been Ascribed to His Pen, But Which are Not Included With His Writings in Modern Editions (first American edition; New York: G.F. Cooledge and Brother, 1848), ed. by William Gilmore Simms, contrib. by William Shakespeare, illust. by Alexander Anderson
PR2753 .C8 [Info] The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (London: Oxford University Press, 1914), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig
PR2753 .K7 1851 [Info] William Shakspere: A Biography (London: C. Knight, 1851), by Charles Knight (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR2754 .C7 [Info] Shakespeare: Complete Works, Edited with a Glossary (London: Oxford University Press, 1966), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig (PDF at gasl.org; 88 MB)
PR2757 .E9 [Info] Shakespearean Prompt-Books of the Seventeenth Century, by William Shakespeare and G. Blakemore Evans (frame-dependent HTML at Virginia)
PR2779 .H3 D8 [Info] Hamlet (French 19th-century adaptation, translated back into English), by William Shakespeare, Alexandre Dumas, and Paul Meurice, trans. by Frank J. Morlock (HTML at cadytech.com)
PR2801 .A2 [Info] All's Well That Ends Well, by William Shakespeare (HTML at MIT)
PR2801 .A2 [Info] All's Well That Ends Well (London: Oxford University Press, 1914), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig (HTML at Bartleby)
PR2802 .A2 [Info] Antony and Cleopatra, by William Shakespeare (HTML at MIT)
PR2802 .A2 [Info] Antony and Cleopatra (London: Oxford University Press, 1914), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig (HTML at Bartleby)
PR2802 .M35 [Info] The Pillar of the World: Antony and Cleopatra in Shakespeare's Development (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1968), by Julian Markels (PDF at Ohio State)
PR2803 .A2 [Info] As You Like It, by William Shakespeare (HTML at MIT)
PR2803 .A2 [Info] As You Like It (London: Oxford University Press, 1914), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig (HTML at Bartleby)
PR2804 .A2 [Info] The Comedy of Errors, by William Shakespeare (HTML at MIT)
PR2804 .A2 [Info] The Comedy of Errors (London: Oxford University Press, 1914), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig (HTML at Bartleby)
PR2805 .A2 [Info] Coriolanus, by William Shakespeare (HTML at MIT)
PR2805 .A2 [Info] Coriolanus (London: Oxford University Press, 1914), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig (HTML at Bartleby)
PR2806 .A2 [Info] Cymbeline, by William Shakespeare (HTML at MIT)
PR2806 .A2 [Info] Cymbeline (London: Oxford University Press, 1914), by William Shakespeare, ed. by W. J. Craig (HTML at Bartleby)
PR2806 .A2 [Info] Cymbeline (First Folio and modern texts), by William Shakespeare, ed. by Jennifer Forsyth (HTML and page images at uvic.ca)
PR2807 [Info] Hamlet, by William Shakespeare (multiple editions)
PR2807 .A2 [Info] Hamlet (multiple editions and commentary), by William Shakespeare (searchable HTML at hamletworks.org)
PR2807 .A2 [Info] Hamlet (as arranged for the stage and presented at the Lyceum Theatre; 1897), by William Shakespeare, contrib. by Johnston Forbes-Robertson, illust. by Henry Hawes Craven (frame- and cookie-dependent page images here at Penn)
PR2807 .A2 [Info] Hamlet: A Tragedy in Five Acts (as arranged for the stage by Henry Irving, 1879), by William Shakespeare, contrib. by Henry Irving (frame- and cookie-dependent page images here at Penn)

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