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Dictionary of Shakespearian quotations. Exhibiting the most forcible passages illustrative of the various passions, affections and emotions of the human mind. Selected and arranged in alphabetic order, from the writings of the eminent dramatic poet.

Title:Dictionary of Shakespearian quotations. Exhibiting the most forcible passages illustrative of the various passions, affections and emotions of the human mind. Selected and arranged in alphabetic order, from the writings of the eminent dramatic poet.
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Note:Philadelphia, F. Bell, 1859
  
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Subject:Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
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