Charles Lamb > Tales from Shakspeare > Illustrations
Charles and Mary Lamb.   Tales from Shakspeare.  1878.


Drawn in color by Gertrude Demain Hammond
O father,“ said Miranda, “surely that is a spirit
She told no one of her intended flight but her friend Helena
Hermione joined her entreaties to his, that Polixenes would prolong his visit
The stranger refused the request of Celia and Rosalind
Shylock the Jew, and his daughter
I gave my lord Bassanio a ring, and I am sure he would not part with it for all the world
The King desired her to mend her speech
Lady Macbeth spurred on the reluctant purpose of Macbeth
Adriana came up to him and began to reproach him
Juliet confides her passion to her nurse
Hamlet conceived the project of counterfeiting madness
Ophelia grew perfectly distracted

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