The Songs and Sonnets of William Shakespeare

Dover Publications, 17/09/2014 - 288 páginas
From Ophelia's lament for lost love to Ariel's joyful paean to fairy life, this elegant collector's edition encompasses songs from Shakespeare's plays as well as all of the Bard's sonnets. The book is graced with images by Charles Robinson, a well-known representative of England's Golden Age of book illustration. Other attractive features include an index of first lines and decorative endpapers, reproduced in full color from the original 1915 edition.

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Charles Robinson (1870–1937) belonged to a family of distinguished British illustrators that included his brothers Thomas Heath Robinson and William Heath Robinson. He provided images for many classics of children's literature, including A Child's Garden of Verses, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Grimm's Fairy Tales, and The Secret Garden. Other Dover books in which his works appear include another Calla Edition, The Big Book of Nursery Rhymes, as well as Songs of Innocence and Shakespeare Illustrated.

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