The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'
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The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'

By Compiled by Frank Sidgwick
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  • THE SOURCES AND ANALOGUES OF 'A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM' COMPILED BY FRANK SIDGWICK
  • NEW YORK DUFFIELD & COMPANY LONDON: CHATTO & WINDUS
    • CONTENTS
    • THE SOURCES AND ANALOGUES
    • "A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM"
    • § 1. THE MAIN (SENTIMENTAL) PLOT OF THE FOUR LOVERS AND THE COURT OF THESEUS
    • I
    • § 2. THE GROTESQUE PLOT: BOTTOM AND THE ASS'S HEAD: WITH THE INTERLUDE OF PYRAMUS AND THISBE
    • II
    • § 3. THE FAIRY PLOT
    • III
    • NOTES ON THE INTRODUCTION
    • ILLUSTRATIVE TEXTS
    • TEXTS
    • THE LEGEND OF PYRAMUS AND THISBE
    • ROBIN GOOD-FELLOW; HIS MAD PRANKS AND MERRY JESTS
    • THE SECOND PART OF ROBIN GOOD-FELLOW, COMMONLY CALLED HOB-GOBLIN
    • THE ROMANCE OF THOMAS OF ERCELDOUNE
    • REGINALD SCOT
    • STRANGE FARLIES
    • THE MAD MERRY PRANKS OF ROBIN GOOD-FELLOW
    • QUEEN MAB
    • THE FAIRIES' FAREWELL: OR GOD-A-MERCY WILL
    • THE FAIRY QUEEN
    • NYMPHIDIA:
    • NOTES ON TEXTS
    • INDEX
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