Folk-lore of Shakespeare

Thomas Firminger Thiselton-Dyer


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This is a comprehensive study of the folklore aspects of Shakespeare. The Reverend Dyer, who also wrote Folk-lore of Women, delves into the source of passages in Shakespeare which were mysterious even back in Victorian times. Although usually he manages to clear up the mystery, in few instances he has to admit defeat. This book is vital if you want to really understand Shakespeare's cultural context and times. He covers everything from the supernatural (fairies, witches, mermaids) to the mundane: games, weddings, dance, punishments, proverbs, animal lore.

This book has 542 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1883.

Production notes: This ebook of Folk-lore of Shakespeare was published by Global Grey in 2019.

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