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Since Hamlet was published in several editions during the Jacobethan era, it is worth looking at how these early editions rendered these lines, using the old-spelling editions published by Internet Shakespeare Editions. The first quarto (Q1), published in 1603, which has sometimes been called a "bad quarto", gives the lines as follows: O that this ...


Recent is rather vague. "The Duel" was included in Volume IV of The Complete Short Fiction of Joseph Conrad, edited with an introduction by Samuel Hynes (New York: Ecco Press, 1992/1993). This volume also contained "Falk: A Reminiscence", "A Smile of Fortune", "Freya of the Seven Isles: A Story of Shallow Waters", &...


Per the Wikipedia page, Ben Johnston was the one who edited the book.


Of the Shakespeare plays that were published in quarto before 1623, the following contained a prologue: Romeo and Juliet, first quarto, 1597, Pericles, which was, however, not included in the First Folio, The Second part of King Henry the Fourth, first quarto, 1600 ("prologue" spoken by Rumour). When looking at the First Folio versions of these ...

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