B.D.H. Miller, Brasenose College, Oxford, Notes and Queries, June 1991
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So useful to actors, can't believe it is so expensive so I had to buy used for my students! I'm assuming it is out of print. Arrived in a timely manner as described.Published 9 months ago by Elizabeth King
This book is quite satisfactory and arrived on time and the condition was as expected. Good value as well, quite happy with the purchase.Published on November 2, 2013 by Beverly Stonecypher
Clear and concise translations for the vast majority of 'odd' words and phrases. Easy as any dictionary to use. I love itPublished on June 5, 2013 by Orlando Nelthorpe
This is a great tool to have as a classical actor. It includes definitions of words that aren't in standard lexicons; but it does not have every single word and possible... Read morePublished on October 13, 2009 by MegStage
This item was in great condition and is just the book I was hoping it would be. Very very useful for Shakespeare study.Published on January 19, 2007 by Edith D. Murphy