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Eight Illustrations to Shakespeare's Tempest Designed by Walter Crane   By: (1845-1915)

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ILLUSTRATIONS TO SHAKESPEARE'S TEMPEST

BY WALTER CRANE 1893

Mr Dallas's reproductions of my pen drawings for this work appear to me to be very faithful & successful in preserving the touch & general character of the originals.

Walter Crane

I have to certify that I have printed 650 copies of each of these eight subjects designed by WALTER CRANE, and engraved in Dallastype Facsimile by myself.

Six Hundred Copies are for sale, viz.: 400 for the United Kingdom and 200 for America.

This Copy is No. 417, and I certify that since printing the above number the Plates have been destroyed.

Duncan C. Dallas.

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EIGHT ILLUSTRATIONS TO SHAKESPEARE'S TEMPEST: DESIGNED BY WALTER CRANE

ENGRAVED & PRINTED BY DUNCAN C DALLAS PUBLISHED BY J M DENT & CO LONDON & COPELAND & DAY BOSTON MASS 1894

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THE TEMPEST

PROSPERO. By accident most bountiful Fortune, now my dear lady, hath mine enemies brought to this shore.

Act 1. Scene II.

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THE TEMPEST

The Dance of the Nymphs and the Reapers.

Act 4. Scene I.

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THE TEMPEST

A noise of hunters is heard. Enter divers spirits in the shape of hounds, and hunt them about: PROSPERO and ARIEL setting them on.

Act 4. Scene I.

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THE TEMPEST

MIRANDA. If you'll sit down I'll bear your logs the while. Pray give me that, I'll carry it to the pile.

Act 3. Scene I.

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THE TEMPEST

BOATSWAIN. Hence! what care these roarers for the name of king?

Act 1. Scene I.

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THE TEMPEST

FERDINAND. Most sure, the goddess on whom these airs attend.

Act 1. Scene II.

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THE TEMPEST

CALIBAN. As I told thee before, I am subject to a tyrant, a sorcerer.

Act 3. Scene II.

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THE TEMPEST

MIRANDA. Sweet lord, you play me false.

FERDINAND. No, my dearest love, I would not for the world.

Act 5. Scene I.

Transcriber's Note:

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