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Book/Printed Material The new Hamlet, intermixed and interwoven with a revised version of Romeo and Juliet; the combination being modernized, re-written and wrought out on new-discovered lines, as indicated under the light of the higher criticism

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Title

  • The new Hamlet, intermixed and interwoven with a revised version of Romeo and Juliet; the combination being modernized, re-written and wrought out on new-discovered lines, as indicated under the light of the higher criticism

Names

  • Smith, William Hawley, 1845-1922.

Created / Published

  • [Peoria, J.W. Franks & Sons, Printers, 1902]

Headings

  • -  Shakespeare, William,--1564-1616--Parodies, imitations, etc
  • -  Hamlet--(Legendary character)--Drama

Notes

  • -  "Done into a book, and bound in boards (no. 2 fencing) by hand, at the barn, on the farm, by farmers."

Medium

  • 64 p. 16 x 23 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • PR2878.H3 S3

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 02017837

OCLC Number

  • 16055918

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  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Smith, William Hawley. The new Hamlet, intermixed and interwoven with a revised version of Romeo and Juliet; the combination being modernized, re-written and wrought out on new-discovered lines, as indicated under the light of the higher criticism. [Peoria, J.W. Franks & Sons, Printers, 1902] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/02017837/.

APA citation style:

Smith, W. H. (1902) The new Hamlet, intermixed and interwoven with a revised version of Romeo and Juliet; the combination being modernized, re-written and wrought out on new-discovered lines, as indicated under the light of the higher criticism. [Peoria, J.W. Franks & Sons, Printers] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/02017837/.

MLA citation style:

Smith, William Hawley. The new Hamlet, intermixed and interwoven with a revised version of Romeo and Juliet; the combination being modernized, re-written and wrought out on new-discovered lines, as indicated under the light of the higher criticism. [Peoria, J.W. Franks & Sons, Printers, 1902] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/02017837/>.