[Timon of Athens; The Merry Wives of Windsor; Troilus and Cressida; As You Like It.] Athéni Timon. A windsori vig asszonyok. [Bound with:] Troilus és Kressida. A hogy tetszik. [In: Shakspere minden munkái. Shakspere szinmüvei. Vol. 9., 10.]. William Shakespeare, Shakspere.
[Timon of Athens; The Merry Wives of Windsor; Troilus and Cressida; As You Like It.] Athéni Timon. A windsori vig asszonyok. [Bound with:] Troilus és Kressida. A hogy tetszik. [In: Shakspere minden munkái. Shakspere szinmüvei. Vol. 9., 10.]
First Hungarian Edition

[Timon of Athens; The Merry Wives of Windsor; Troilus and Cressida; As You Like It.] Athéni Timon. A windsori vig asszonyok. [Bound with:] Troilus és Kressida. A hogy tetszik. [In: Shakspere minden munkái. Shakspere szinmüvei. Vol. 9., 10.]

Pest: Ráth Mór Bizománya, 1867; 1870. First edition. Two volumes bound into one. In contemporary half cloth. Gilt title on spine, panels covered with marbled paper. Edges marbled. [4], [1]–226, [2]; [4], [1]–259, [1] p. Rubbed at extremities. Possessor’s stamp on the first title page. Light foxing throughout. Overall in very good condition.

Contains four first or early Hungarian translations and editions of Shakespeare’s works.

1. Athéni Timon [Timon of Athens]. First Hungarian edition, translated by Ágost Greguss. This is the first translation directly from English. An earlier translation from German was made by László Kelmenfy, however, it never appeared in print.

2. A windsori vig asszonyok [The Merry Wives of Windsor]. First edition in Jenő Rákosi’s translation. The Merry Wives of Windsor was first published in Hungarian in the translation of Emília Lemouton in 1845 (as the third booklet of the series of her Shakespeare translations Shakspeare Vilmos' összes színművei, titled A windsori víg nők). Dániel Gondol also translated the play in the 1850s (premiered in theater in 1854), but his translation was never published.

3. Troilus és Kressida [Troilus and Cressida]. This is the first Hungarian translation and edition of the play (translated by István Fejes).

4. A hogy tetszik [As You Like It]. This is the first Hungarian translation and edition of the play (translated by Jenő Rákosi).

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Price: €1,000.00

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