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The Tudor Shakespeare volumes, including all of

volumes, including all of the plays and poems. It is under the general editorship of WILLIAM ALLAN NEILSON, Ph.D., of Harvard University, and ASHLEY HORACE THORNDIKE, Ph.D., L.H.D., of Columbia University. The following volumes, each under the special editorship of an American scholar, are now ready or in preparation,

Published in 1911

Romeo and Juliet - The GENERAL EDITORS.
A Midsummer-Night's Dream John W. CUNLIFFE, D.Lit., Profes-

sor of English, University of Wisconsin. Macbeth — ARTHUR C. L. BROWN, Ph.D., Professor of English, North

western University. Henry IV, Part 1–FRANK W. CHANDLER, Ph.D., Professor of Eng

lish and Comparative Literature, University of Cincinnati. Troilus and Cressida — JOHN S. P. TATLOCK, Ph.D., Professor of Eng

lish, University of Michigan. Henry V - LEWIS F. Mort, Ph.D., Professor of English, College of the

City of New York. The Merchant of Venice - HARRY M. AYRES, Ph.D., Assistant Pro

fessor of English, Columbia University. As You Like It - MARTHA H. SHACKFORD, Ph.D., Associate Professor

of English Literature, Wellesley College. Coriolanus - STUART SHERMAN, Ph.D., Professor of English, Uni

versity of Illinois. Henry VI, Part I-LOUISE POUND, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Eng

lish, University of Nebraska.

In Preparation King Lear - VIRGINIA C. GILDERSLEEVE, Ph.D., Dean of Barnard

College. The Tempest – HERBERT E. GREENE, Ph.D., Professor of English,

Johns Hopkins University. Much Ado about Nothing -- WILLIAM W. LAWRENCE, Ph.D., Associate

Professor of English, Columbia University. The Two Gentlemen of Verona — MARTIN W. SAMPSON, A.M., Pro

fessor of English, Cornell University. Henry VIII — CHARLES G. DUNLAP, Lit.D., Professor of English, Uni

versity of Kansas. Henry VI, Part II - CHARLES H. BARNWELL, Ph.D., Professor of

English, University of Alabama.

All's Well that Ends Well — JOHN L. LOWES, Ph.D., Professor of Eng

lish, Washington University, St. Louis. The Winter's Tale -- LAURA J. WYLIE, Ph.D., Professor of English,

Vassar College. Measure for Measure - EDGAR C. MORRIS, A.M., Professor of Eng

lish, Syracuse University. Venus and Adonis, and Lucrece CARLETON BROWN, Ph.D., Pro

fessor of English, Bryn Mawr College. Richard II-HARDIN CRAIG, Ph.D., Professor of English, University

of Minnesota. King John - HENRY M. BELDEN, Ph.D., Professor English, Uni

versity of Missouri. The Sonnets - RAYMOND M. ALDEN, Ph.D., Professor of English,

University of Illinois. Merry Wives of Windsor - FRED P. EMERY, A.M., Professor of Rhet

oric and Oratory, Dartmouth College. Richard III — GEORGE B. CHURCHILL, Ph.D., Professor of English,

Amherst College. Antony and Cleopatra – GEORGE WYLLYS BENEDICT, Ph.D., Associate

Professor of English, Brown University. Othello - THOMAS M. PARROTT, Ph.D., Professor of English, Prince

ton University. Twelfth Night - WALTER MORRIS Hart, Ph.D., Associate Professor

of English, University of California. Titus Andronicus - ELMER E. Stoll, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of

English, Western Reserve University. Love's Labour's Lost — JAMES F. ROYSTER, Ph.D., Professor of Eng

lish, University of North Carolina. Cymbeline — WILL D. Howe, Ph.D., Professor of English, Indiana

University. Comedy of Errors — FREDERICK MORGAN PADELFORD, Ph.D., Pro

fessor of the English Language and Literature, University of

Washington. Hamlet - GEORGE PIERCE BAKER, A.B., Professor of Dramatic Lit

erature, Harvard University. Julius Cæsar - ROBERT M. LOVETT, A.B., Professor of English,

Chicago University. Henry IV, Part II - ELIZABETH DEERING HANSGOM, Ph.D., Pro

fessor of English, Smith College. Pericles — C. ALPHONSO SMITH, Ph.D., Professor of English, Univer

sity of Virginia.

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