SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON 1586-1592; Giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John Falstaff. Arthur Acheson.
SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON 1586-1592; Giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John Falstaff
SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON 1586-1592; Giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John Falstaff
SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON 1586-1592; Giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John Falstaff
SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON 1586-1592; Giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John Falstaff
SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON 1586-1592; Giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John Falstaff

SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON 1586-1592; Giving new light on the pre-Sonnet period; showing the inception of relations between Shakespeare and the Earl of Southampton and displaying John Florio as Sir John Falstaff

New York: Brentano's, 1920. First Edition. Decorated cloth. 8vo, olive green quarter linen over white buckram with white paper label & "Non Sans Droict" escutcheon of Shakespeare stamped in green on cover, limited to 550 copies, deckle edges, 261 pages. Very Good +. Item #306

Useful discussion of Shakespeare's "lost years" and likely early involvement with Elizabethan acting companies, the Earl of Southampton, with a reasonable case being made for John Florio as the original of Falstaff (rather than, say, John Shakespeare).

VG+ to NF copy of an important study. Neat bookplate of previous owner on front pastedown.

Price: $75.00

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