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" It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Shakespeare are less calculated for performance on a stage than those of almost any other dramatist whatever. "
The Prose Works of Charles Lamb - Página 104
por Charles Lamb - 1836
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The Reflector: A Quarterly Magazine, on Subjects of Philosophy, Politics ...

Leigh Hunt - 1811 - 503 páginas
...dead member. It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Shakspeare are less calculated for performance on a stage, than...whatever. Their distinguishing excellence is a reason that th"y should be so. There Is so much in them, which comes not under the province of acting ; with which,...
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The Analectic Magazine, Volumen5

1815
...dead member. It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Shakspeare are less calculated for performance on a stage, than those of almost any other dramatist whatever. Tkeir distinguishing excellence is a reason that they should be so. There is so much in them, which...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volumen5

1815
...dead member. It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Shakspeare are less calculated for performance on a stage, than...excellence is a reason that they should be so. There ia so much in them, which comes not under the province of acting, with which eye, and tone, and gesture,...
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The Dublin university magazine, Volumen31

University magazine - 1848
...lias devoted one of his admirable essays to maintaining the position, that the plays of Shakspeare are less calculated for performance on a stage than...dramatist whatever. " Their distinguishing excellence," he argues, " is a reason that they should be so. There is so much in them, which comes not under the...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen4

1859
...cannot help being of opinion," says this essayist, " that the plays of Shakspeare are less caleulated for performance on a stage than those of almost any other dramatist whatever. How are the love dialogues of Romeo and Juliet, by the inherent fault of stagerepresentation, sullied...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volumen130

1864
...substance. " It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Shakspeare are less calculated for performance on a stage, than...dramatist whatever. Their distinguishing excellence is.a reason that they should be so. There is so much in them,, which comes not under the province of...
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Works: Including His Most Intesesting Letters

Charles Lamb - 1867 - 648 páginas
...dead member. It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Shakspeire are less calculated for performance on a stage, than...dramatist whatever. Their distinguishing excellence it a reason that they should be so. There a so much in them, which cornea not uudcr the province of...
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The tragedy of Richard the Third ...

William Shakespeare, Hyder Edward Rollins, Modern Language Association of America - 1908
...Shakespeare: 'It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Shakespeare are less calculated for performance on a stage than those of almost any dramatist whatever. Their distinguishing excellence is a reason that they should be so. There is so...
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The Works of Charles Lamb: Poetical and Dramatic Tales, Essays and Criticisms

Charles Lamb - 1876 - 704 páginas
...dead member. It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plnys of Shakspere are less calculated for performance on a stage than...those of almost any other dramatist whatever. Their distinguished excellence is a reason that they should be so. There is so much in them, which comes...
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GESCHICHTE DES DRAMA'S

J. L . KLEIN - 1876
...werden. ,,It may seem a paradox, but I cannot help being of opinion that the plays of Sh. are best calculated for performance on a stage, than those of almost any other dramatist whatever" p. 255. Ein Ausspruch, der sich mit einem ähnlichen von Goethe berührt. *) ,,It nowhere appears,...
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