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Hudson's Expurgated Shakespeare.
For Schools, Clubs, and Families. Revised and enlarged Editions of twenty-three Plays. Carefully expurgated, with Explanatory Notes at the bottom of the page, and Critical Notes at the end of each volume. By H. N. HUDSON, LL.D., Editor of The Harvard Shakespeare. One play in each volume. Square 16mo. Varying in size from 128–253 pages. Mailing Price of each: Cloth, 50 cents; Paper, 35 cents. Introduction Price : Cloth, 45 cents; Paper, 30 cents. Per set (in box), $12.00. (To Teachers, $10.00.) OME of the special features of this edition are the convenient
size and shape of the volumes; the clear type, superior presswork, and attractive binding; the ample introductions; the explanatory notes, easily found at the foot of the page; the critical notes for special study; the judicious expurgation, never mangling either style or story; the acute and sympathetic criticism that has come to be associated with Dr. Hudson's name; and, finally, the reasonableness of the price.
Oliver Wendell Holmes: An edi- | very mind and heart of “the thoution of any play of Shakespeare's to sand-souled Shakespeare.” which Mr. Hudson's name is affixed
Byron Groce, Master in Public does not need a line from anybody to Latin School, Boston: The amended commend it.
text is satisfactory; the typography Cyrus Northrop, Prof. of English is excellent; the notes are brief, alLiterature, Yale College : They are ways helpful, not too numerous, and convenient in form and edited by put where they will do the most good; Hudson, -two good things which I the introductions are vigorous, incan see at a glance.
spiriting, keenly and soundly critical, Hiram Corson, Prof. of Rhet. and and very attractive to boys, especially Eng. Lit., Cornell University : I con- on account of their directness and sider them altogether excellent. The warmth, for all boys like enthusinotes give all the aid needed for an
asm. (Jan. 22, 1887.) understanding of the text, without C. T. Winchester, Prof. of English, waste and distraction of the student's Wesleyan University: The notes and mind. The introductory matter to comments in the school edition are the several plays is especially worthy admirably fitted to the need of the of approbation. (Jan. 28, 1887.) student, removing his difficulties by
C. F. P. Bancroft, Prin. of Phil- stimulating his interest and quickenlips Academy, Andover, Mass.: Mr. ing his perception. (Fcb. 10, 1887.) Hudson's appreciation of Shake- A. C. Perkins, Prin. of Adelphi speare amounted to genius. His Academy, Brooklyn: In the prepaediting accordingly exhibits more ration of the School Shakespeare, than learning and industry, - it re- Mr. Hudson met fully the capacities veals insight, sympathy, and convic- and needs of students in our schools tion. He leads the pupil into the and colleges. (Feb. 4, 1887.)