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Listing for Reader: George Henry Lewes


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1850-1899'I read Wilhelm Meister aloud, and then G. read part of the Merchant of Venice'George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareThe Merchant of VenicePrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Ill all day and unable to go out. G. finished Romeo and Juliet'.George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareRomeo and JulietPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'G. read Julius Caesar aloud, as far as Caesar's appearance in the senate house. Very much struck with the masculine s...George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareJulius CaesarPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899''Finished Minna von Barnhelm... G. began Antony and Cleopatra'.George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareAntony and CleopatraPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read Italianische Reise - Residence in Naples. Pretty passage about a star seen through a chink in the ceiling as he ...George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareHenry IVPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'went to dine at the Hotel de l'Europe. I took Iphigenia to read. Italianische Reise until Dessoir came. He read us th...George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareThe Merchant of VenicePrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read Hermann and Dorothea - 4 first books. G read 2nd Part of Henry IV'.George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareHenry IV, Part IIPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Began Tasso aloud. G. read two acts of As You Like It'.George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareAs You Like ItPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read aloud Heine's "Gotter im Exil" and some of his poems. G. read aloud Lear'.George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareKing LearPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read at dinner Goethe's account of his relations with Herder at Strasburg in "Dichtung und Warheit". Continued aloud ...George Henry Lewes Thomas [?] Knight[studies of Shakespeare]Print: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Began Stahr's "Torso"... G read "Coriolanus". I read some of "Stahr" to him, but we found it too long wided a style f...George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareCoriolanusPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'G. read some of "Twelfth Night", but his head got bad and he was obliged to leave off'George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareTwelfth NightPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Not well. G began Midsummer Night's Dream. I went to bed early.'George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareA Midsummer Night's DreamPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'Read the wondrously beautiful "Romische Elegien" again and some of the Venetian epigrams. G. began Winter's Tale'.George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareA Winter's TalePrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'G. read Richard III'. George Henry Lewes William ShakespeareRichard IIIPrint: BookManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'I have begun the Eumenides, having finished the Choephorae. We are reading Wordsworth in the evenings - at least G. i...George Henry Lewes William WordsworthPrint: Book
1850-1899'G. has finished "the Excursion", which repaid us for going to the end by an occasional fine passage even to the last.'George Henry Lewes William WordsworthExcursion, ThePrint: Book
1850-1899'G. finished reading "Seraphime" aloud to me'.George Henry Lewes [unknown]SeraphimePrint: Unknown
1800-1849[George Henry Lewes to Elizabeth Gaskell:] 'When Jane Eyre first appeared, the publishers courteously sent me a cop...George Henry Lewes Charlotte BronteJane EyrePrint: Book


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