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Review: The Bard Debunked
Reviewed Work: Nineteenth Century Shakespeare Burlesques: Volume 1: John Poole and His Imitators. Volume 2: Maurice Dowling to Charles Beckington. Volume 3: The High Period. Volume 4: The Fourth Phase. Volume 5: American Shakespeare Travesties. by Stanley Wells
Review by: Henry E. Jacobs
Vol. 31, No. 2 (Summer, 1980), pp. 294-296
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Shakespeare Quarterly © 1980 Folger Shakespeare Library