Henry IV, Part 1 The Pelican Shakespeare

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Henry IV, Part 2 The Pelican Shakespeare

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Henry V The Pelican Shakespeare

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Richard II The Pelican Shakespeare

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The Merchant of Venice The Pelican Shakespeare

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As You Like It The Pelican Shakespeare

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Richard III The Pelican Shakespeare

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The Winter's Tale The Pelican Shakespeare

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King Lear

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Candide and Related Texts

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Faust, Part One Oxford World's Classics Pt. 1

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