Autograph letters signed and initialled from Horace Howard Furness, Wallingford and Philadelphia, to various recipients [manuscript], 1863-1912.

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Furness, Horace Howard, 1833-1912,. Autograph letters signed and initialled from Horace Howard Furness, Wallingford and Philadelphia, to various recipients [manuscript], 1863-1912.

Autograph letters signed and initialled from Horace Howard Furness, Wallingford and Philadelphia, to various recipients [manuscript], 1863-1912.

Most of the letters discuss his work on the Variorum Edition of Shakespeare's plays. (9) to Clarke expresses his belief in the dramatic superiority of the first quarto of Hamlet, as shown by [Eduard and Otto] Devrient's alteration of their acting copy. (13) to Conway discusses the theory of Anne Hathaway's second marriage to Richard James. (25) to Edwards praises Horne's interpretation of Shylock. (39) to Fleay reveals that he has lost faith in Halliwell as a scholar. (48) requests Harper & Bros. to convey thanks to Mary Silsby for her gift and encloses the letter from Harper & Bros. to her, April 4, 1892. (55) is accompanied by a photograph of Furness and his great grandson. (67) mentions Thackeray. (122, 144) state that he is grieved by Norris' attack on Furnivall. (233) to Dr. Platt discusses their interpretations of Shakespeare's characters and is accompanied by Platt's letter to Furness commenting on Furness' paper in the Harvard Graduate's Magazine, September 1908. (241) to Symons praises Walter Landor's poetry. (243) to Thorton, discusses Theobald's belief that certain of Sir Toby's lines in Twelfth Night were written to ridicule Edward Coke. (258) refers to Edwin Booth. (272) discusses Emerson. Several refer to Collier (especially 82, 114, 159-60, 193, 198-199); (32, 39 and 77) reveal his belief in Collier's honesty. Some mention Walt Whitman (e.g. 19-22, 45, 272 and 274). Some letters undated.

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