Author:Richard Grant White

Richard Grant White
(1822–1885)
American Shakespearean scholar, philologist and essayist
Richard Grant White

WorksEdit

  • Biographical and Critical Handbook of Christian Art (1853)
  • Shakespeare's Scholar: being Historical and Critical Studies of his Text, Characters, and Commentators; with an Examination of Mr Collier's Folio of 1623 (1854)
  • Essay on the Authorship of the Three Parts of King Henry VI. (1859)
  • National Hymns: How they are Written and How they are not Written (1861)
  • Memoirs of the Life of William Shakespeare; with an Essay towards the Expression of his Genius, and an account of the Rise and Progress of the English Drama to the Time of Shakespeare (1865)
  • Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative and Satirical, of the Civil War (1866)
  • Words and their Uses, Past and Present (1870)
  • The Fall of Man; or The Loves of the Gorillas, By a Learned Gorilla (1871)
  • Chronicles of Gotham. By U. Donough Oulis (1871)
  • The American View of the Copyright Question (1880)
  • England Without and Within (1881)
  • The Fate of Mansfield Humphreys (1884)
  • Studies in Shakespeare, 3rd edition (1887) (external scan)
  • The New Gospel of Peace; according to St Benjamin, in four books (1863-1866)
  • Every-Day English (1880)

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