The Complete Concordance to Shakespere: Being a Verbal Index to All the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet

Clarke, Mrs. Cowden

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Place Published: Boston
Publisher: Little, Brown, and Company
Date Published: Circa 1887
Edition: New and Revised Edition
Binding: Leather bound
Book Id: 25731


860pp. Quarto [25.5 cm] Full brown leather with a gilt tooled spine and a gilt stamped black leather spine label. Fair. The covers are rubbed, and the underlying boards are exposed at the corners. The spine has been covered with clear tape. There is a contemporary owner's large notation on the title page, along with a tiny ink stamp. The hinges have been re-enforced with cloth tape. May be missing front free endsheet and flyleaf. Occasional light foxing throughout the pages. The pages are mildly browned. The text block is cracked at p. 3, and clear tape has been placed in the margin. The text block is cracked at the end.


"Shakespere himself says: 'Most poor matters point to rich ends,' - I trust my humble labor may tend to the 'rich end' of furthering a universal study and appreciation of his genius.." - Mary Cowden Clarke

By This Author: Clarke, Mrs. Cowden
By This Publisher: Little, Brown, and Company