01884nam a2200457 a 4500001001200000003000600012005001700018008004100035010002200076019001300098020004400111020004500155020004900200020004800249035002000297035001900317040002300336043001200359049000900371050002200380082001500402100002900417245014600446246003700592260004800629300004300677490002600720504004100746505013000787590003100917590001100948600004900959600006701008650002901075651005901104700005101163740002501214800004401239994001201283999013101295ocm34514177OCoLC20000124000000.0960322s1996 nyua b 000 1 eng  a 96015439 //r97 a37950213 a0195114264 (lib. ed. : acid-free paper) a019510160X (trade ed. : acid-free paper) a0195090888 (trade ed. set : acid-free paper) a0195113454 (lib. ed. set : acid-free paper) a(Sirsi) a118842 a(Sirsi) 178042 aDLCcDLCdC#PdNVS ae-uk--- aNVSS00aPS1322b.S45 199600a813/.42201 aTwain, Mark,d1835-1910.10a1601 ;band, Is Shakespeare dead? /cMark Twain ; foreword, Shelley Fisher Fishkin ; introduction, Erica Jong ; afterword, Leslie A. Fiedler.3 a1601 ; and, Is Shakespeare dead? aNew York :bOxford University Press,c1996. axlii, xi, 149, 29 p. :bill. ;c23 cm.1 aThe Oxford Mark Twain aIncludes bibliographical references.0 aDate, 1601 : conversation, as it was by the social fireside, in the time of the Tudors (1882) -- Is Shakespeare dead? (1909). aOxford 12-9-99 7.40 ftu AR zStacks10aRaleigh, Walter,cSir,d1552?-1618xFiction.10aShakespeare, William,d1564-1616xAuthorshipxBaconian theory. 0aImaginary conversations. 0aGreat BritainxHistoryyElizabeth, 1558-1603xFiction.12aTwain, Mark,d1835-1910.tIs Shakespeare dead?02aIs Shakespeare dead?1 aTwain, Mark,d1835-1910.tWorks.f1996. aX0bNVS aPS1322 .S45 1996 1wLCc1iB002006531d12/12/2014e11/3/2012f12/30/2019g5lSTACKS3mMAINn2p$7.40q2rYsYtBOOKu1/24/2000