Excerpt from Shakespeare: His Ethical Teaching
It is a pleasure to me to recommend Dr. Ford's book to the reader. Dealing as it does with the moral influence of Shakespeare, and written in the Author's well-known popular style, it should appeal to a large public of Shakespearean readers. I have much pleasure in recommending a book by an author whose study of "Hamlet" my father commended for the "remarkable freshness" which it gave to that inexhaustible theme.
Among the many commentaries on Shakespeare which the Tercentenary has evoked, Dr. Fords study on the moral genius of Shakespeare should occupy an honourable and conspicuous place.
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