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An edition of Cymbeline (1734)

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An edition of Cymbeline (1734)

Shakespeare's tragedy of Cymbeline

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Publish Date
Publisher
Harper
Language
English
Pages
231

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2019, Arden Shakespeare
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2017-07-05, LibriVox
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Cymbeline: king of Britain
2012, Sweet Cherry Publishing
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Cymbeline
2007-09-10, Project Gutenberg
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Cymbeline: Tragédie
2006-09-07, Project Gutenberg
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Cymbeline
2000-07-01, Project Gutenberg
in English
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Cymbeline
1999-06-01, Project Gutenberg
in English
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Cymbeline
1998-11-01, Project Gutenberg
in English
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Cymbeline
1997-12-01, Project Gutenberg
in English
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Cymbeline
October 1, 1969, Arden
Paperback in English - 2 edition
Cover of: Shakespeare's tragedy of Cymbeline

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Published in

New York

Edition Notes

Series
English classics, ed. by W. J. Rolfe
Genre
Drama.
Other Titles
Cymbeline.

Classifications

Library of Congress
PR2806.A2 R6 1894

The Physical Object

Pagination
231 p. :
Number of pages
231

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6579388M
Internet Archive
shakespearestrag09shakesp
LCCN
15018247
OCLC/WorldCat
2387233

Excerpts

In the scene which dramatizes the central crisis of her fortunes, the heroine of Cymbeline apparently dies, and her brothers speak over her body perhaps the most exquisite lyric in the language, 'Fear no more the heat o'th' sun', whose serene beauty has brought consolation to many a real-life funeral.
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April 1, 2008 Created by an anonymous user Imported from Scriblio MARC record.