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speeches of George Dawson, M.A., on Shakespeare

Dawson, George

speeches of George Dawson, M.A., on Shakespeare

by Dawson, George

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Published by G.& J.H. Shipway in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementselected by Charles C. Cattell.
ContributionsCattell, Charles C.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13902466M

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Cattell. Birmingham: G. J.H. Shipway, [], Dawson, George The speeches of George Dawson, M.A., on Shakespeare / selected by Charles C. Cattell. DAWSON, GEORGE (–), preacher, lecturer, and politician, was born 24 Feb. at 36 Hunter Street, Brunswick Square, London, where his father Jonathan had established and conducted a high-class academy from to Great Speeches and Soliloquies from Shakespeare Plays by William Shakespeare (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

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During Shakespeare’s lifetime Birmingham was a town of a similar size to Stratford. But while Birmingham grew into a great centre of industry and innovation, Stratford remained a small country town.

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He was an influential voice in the calls for radical political and social reform in Birmingham, a philosophy that became known as the Civic mater: University of Glasgow.

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Simon Callow reciting his favourite speech from Henry V. Thinking about my favourite Shakespeare speeches has been a pleasant diversion for a damp and blowy bank holiday weekend.

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