The Shakespearian Dictionary: Forming a general index to all the popular expressions, and most striking passages in the works of Shakespeare : from a few words to fifty or more lines : an appropriate synonym being affixed to each extract, with a reference to the context : the whole designed to introduce the beauties of Shakespeare, into the familiar intercourse of society.
This antique hardcover book has a worn and soiled cover with a paste-down spine label. Front endpaper damaged (portion clipped out). Page edges browned. 367 pages, plus advertisements; approx. 5"x7".
- THE SHAKESPEARIAN DICTIONARY
- Thomas Dolby
- Smith, Elder & Co., 1832