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Author: William Jaggard
ISBN: 0849213037
Publisher: R. West (1977)
Language: English
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by William Jaggard



Start by marking Shakespeare Once A Printer And Bookman: Lecture . Includes a master list of printing and publishing terms used by Shakespeare and the places and context in his works where they are used.

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Half-title: Shakespeare once a printer & bookbinder.

Shakespeare, William, - 1564-1616 - Knowledge - Book industries and trade. Book industries and trade - Great Britain - History - 16th century. Shakespeare, William, - 1564-1616. Half-title: Shakespeare once a printer & bookbinder. Issue limited to 450 copies. Lecture one of the twelfth series of printing trade lectures at Stationers' hall, London, E. C. Friday, twentieth October, MCMXXXIII. Related Subjects:(5).

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Items related to Shakespeare Once a Printer and Bookman Home JAGGARD, W. Shakespeare Once a Printer and Bookman. Lecture One of the Twelfth Series of Printing Trade Lectures at Stationers' Hall, London. JAGGARD, W. Published by Shakespeare Press, Stratford-on-Avon, 1933. From Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA (Rochester, NY, .

Lecture one of the twelfth series of printing trade lectures at Stationers' Hall, London, . With five hundred supporting quotations. Reprint of the 1934 ed. Classifications.

The earliest texts of William Shakespeare's works were published during the 16th and 17th centuries in quarto or folio format.

Cambridge Core - Literary Texts - Coleridge: Lectures on Shakespeare (1811-1819) - by Samuel Taylor Coleridge .

William Jaggard first printed The Passionate Pilgrim in 1598-99, and the authorship of the 21 poems within it was attributed to William Shakespeare. However, Bartholomew Griffin's 1596, Fidessa More Chaste Than Kind, already contained poem 11. Another, poem 19, appeared anonymously in Anne Cornwallis' 1580 personal notebook alongside works from Sir Philip Sidney, Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir Edward Dyer. and Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.

Modern London is a very different place from the city Shakespeare would .

Modern London is a very different place from the city Shakespeare would have known. But, there are still a few locations where you can discover tantalising traces of Shakespeare’s life and legacy. It was here that Shakespeare wrote and performed as a member of the acting company called the Lord Chamberlain’s Men. But, in 1598, the company fell out with the owner of the land on which The Theatre stood. Situated in a converted hall in what had been a huge monastic complex, it was first used by Shakespeare’s acting company, now known as the King’s Men under the patronage of James I, in 1609.

The Hinman Collator, a machine built for the purpose of detecting variations between copies of the First Folio, is shown. Courtesy of Folger Shakespeare Library; CC-BY-SA . (A Britannica Publishing Partner).