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The Success of Cervantes's masterpiece,Don Quixote,was great and immediate,and its reputation soon spread beyond Spain,The Present volume contains the whole of the first part of the novel,which is complete in istelf,The importance of this great of novel is not merely,or mainly,that it put an end to the extravagant and outworn form of fiction,Loose in structure and uneven in workmanship,it remains unsurpassed as a masterpiece of droll humor,a picutue of Spanish life,as well as a gallery of immortal portraits.It is true of the life of the country of all great art,the successful combination of the partiular and the universal,It is true of the country and age of its production,and general human nature everywhere and always.compared with other the fiction of the Middle Ages,it is a triumphant satire,and compared with modern novels,it is the first and the most widely enjoned,As pertinent today as when it was first written,Don Quizote ranks among the great works of all time.
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INTRODUCTORY NOTE

EDWARD THE SECOND

[ACT THE FIRST]

[SCENE I]

[SCENE II]注12

[SCENE III]

[SCENE IV]

[ACT THE SECOND]

[SCENE I]注28

[SCENE II]

[SCENE III]注51

[SCENE IV]注54

[SCENE V]

[ACT THE THIRD]

[SCENE I]

[SCENE II]

[SCENE III]注68

[SCENE IV]

[ACT THE FOURTH]

[SCENE I]注72

[SCENE II]注73

[SCENE III]

[SCENE IV]注79

[SCENE V]注80

[SCENE VI]注81

ACT THE FIFTH

[SCENE I]注85

[SCENE II]注89

[SCENE III]注91

[SCENE IV]注93

[SCENE V]注98

[SCENE VI]注102

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET PRINCE OF DENMARK

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

ACT I

SCENE I. [Elsinore. A platform before the castle]

SCENE II. [A room of state in the castle]

SCENE III. [A room in Polonius’s house]

SCENE IV. [The platform]

[SCENE V. Another part of the platform]

ACT II

SCENE I. [A room in Polonius’s house]

SCENE II. [A room in the castle]

ACT III

[SCENE I. A room in the castle]

[SCENE II. A hall in the castle]

[SCENE III. A room in the castle]

[SCENE IV The Queen’s closet]

ACT IV

[SCENE I. A room in the castle]

[SCENE II. Another room in the castle]

[SCENE III. Another room in the castle]

[SCENE IV. A plain in Denmark]

[SCENE V. Elsinore. A room in the castle]

[SCENE VI. Another room in the castle]

[SCENE VII. Another room in the castle]

ACT V

[SCENE I. A churchyard]

[SCENE II. A hall in the castle]

THE TRAGEDY OF KING LEAR

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

ACT I

SCENE I. [King Lear’s palace]

SCENE II. [The Earl of Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE III. [The Duke of Albany’s palace]

SCENE IV. [A hall in the same]

SCENE V. [Court before the same]

ACT II

SCENE I. [The Earl of Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE II. [Before Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE III. [The same]

SCENE IV. [The same]

ACT III

SCENE I. [The open country near Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE II. [The same.] Storm still

SCENE III. [Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE IV. [The open country. Before a hovel]

SCENE V. [Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE VI. [A building attached to Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE VII. [Gloucester’s castle]

ACT IV

SCEME I. [The open country near Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE II. [Before the Duke of Albany’s palace]

[SCENE III. The French camp near Dover

SCENE [IV. The same. A tent]

SCENE [V. Gloucester’s castle]

SCENE [VI. Fields near Dover]

SCENE VII. [A tent in the French camp]

ACT V

SCENE I. [The British camp, near Dover]

SCENE II. [A field between the two camps]

SCENE III. [The British camp near Dover]

THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

ACT I

SCENE I.[A heath]

SCENE II. [A camp near Forres]

SCENE III. [A heath near Forres]

SCENE IV. [Forres. The palace]

SCENE V. [Inverness. Macbeth’s castle]

SCENE VI. [Before Macbeth’s castle]

SCENE VII. [Corridor in Macbeth’s castle]

ACT II

SCENE I. [Within Macbeth’s castle]

SCENE II

SCENE III. [The same]

ACT III

SCENE I. [Forres. The palace]

SCENE II. [The palace]

SCENE III. [A park near the palace]

SCENE IV. [The same. Hall in the palace]

SCENE V. [A heath]注1114

SCENE VI. [Forres. The palace]

ACT IV

SCENE I.[A cavern. In the middle, a boiling cauldron]

SCENE II. [Fife. Macduff’s castle]

ACT V

SCENE I. [Dunsinane. Ante-room in the castle]

SCENE IV. [Country near Birnam wood]

SCENE V. [Dunsinane. Within the castle]

SCENE VI. [Dunsinane. Before the castle]

SCENE VII. [The same]

[SCENE VIII. The same]

THE TEMPEST

INTRODUCTORY NOTE

ACT I

SCENE I. [On a ship at sea:] a tempestuous noise of thunder and

SCENE II. [The island. Before Prospero’s cell]

ACT II

SCENE I. [Another part of the island]

SCENE II. [Another part of the island]

ACT III

SCENE I. [Before Prospero’s cell]

SCENE II. [Another part of the island]

SCENE III. [Another part of the island]

ACT IV

SCENE I. [Before Prospero’s cell]

ACT V

SCENE I. [Before Prospero’s cell]

EPILOGUE

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