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Poets and Playwrights is a set of 9 essays by means of the eminent Shakespearean pupil and critic, the past due Elmer Edgar Stoll. during this paintings, which was once first released by means of the college of Minnesota Press in 1930, Professor Stoll provides his maturest attention of the artwork of the poets and playwrights of his subtitle—Shakespeare, Jonson, Spenser, and Milton. the main wide essay, "Shakespeare and the Moderns," contains, in Mr. Stoll's phrases, "a assessment of Shakespeare as I conceive him, so as the higher to check him with those that in a few appreciate or different are his peers."
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