Which are Hamlet's 'dozen or sixteen lines'?

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Place of publication: [London]
Collation: [2], [465]-499, [2] p. ; 22 cm.
Notes: From the library of Dr Moncure Conway. List of publications of the New Shakespeare Society listed inside front cover. List of officers and committee members on back page. Papers read before before the New Shakespeare Society at the eleventh meeting, Friday, December 11, 1874 at University College, London. From: New Shakespeare Society. Publications. Series 1: Transactions. Nos. 1-2, xii, 1874. Inscription on inside front cover: 'M.D. Conway with W. Malleson's affectionate regards'. The New Shakespeare Society was founded in autumn 1873 by Frederick James Furnivall. Printed by John Child and Son.

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Malleson, W.T. and Seeley, J.R., “Which are Hamlet's 'dozen or sixteen lines'?,” Humanist Library and Archives Digital Collections, accessed June 22, 2021, https://conwayhallcollections.omeka.net/items/show/667.

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