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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: HENRY IV, PART 1, ACT II, SCENES 1 AND 3. A LITERARY PARALLEL OR ACTOR’S PART
The only extant contemporary literary parallel or Actor’s part in manuscript of any of Shakespeare’s plays. Only 2 more manuscripts from Shakespeare’s lifetime are known: (1) 2 stanzas of Venus and Adonis copied by Henry Collins before Dec. 1596, in Cambridge University Library, MS 3.29 F. 63v, and (2) the curious ‘Dering Manuscript’, ca. 1613-23, conflating 1 Henry IV, and 2 Henry IV by selecting consecutive scenes, in Folger-Shakespeare Library.
Published: Freeman, Arthur: The “Tapster Manuscript”: An Analogue of Shakespeare’s Henry the Fourth Part One; in: Peter Beal and Jeremy Griffiths, eds: English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700. Vol. 6. London 1997, pp. 93-105.
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HP AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE o/
I can’t even walk in heels that high and I want them.