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Who is Alexander Dyce?
Alexander Dyce was a Scottish dramatic editor and literary historian.
- born on (217 years ago) in Edinburgh
- education: Exeter College, Oxford
- died on (146 years ago)
- written works: "A general glossary to Shakespeare's works", "Glossary to the works of William Shakespeare", "Specimens of British poetesses", "Remarks on Mr. J.P. Collier's and Mr. C. Knight's editions of Shakespeare", "The reminiscences of Alexander Dyce", "A few notes on Shakespeare"
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by James R. Planche
Alexander Dyce, in a note to the passage, quotes directions for to make “bokeram tuly, ...
On the New general biographical dictionary [by H.J.Rose] a specimen of amateur criticism, in letters [from B.Corney] to mr.Sylvanus Urban (1839)
by Bolton Corney
Alexander Dyce — whose classical attainments, conscientious spirit of research, and discriminative taste, have on various occasions been very successfully exercised in the illustration of our national literature. In lieu of specimens of the ...
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