An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway by Martin Brown Ruud


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Title: An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway

Author: Martin Brown Ruud

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The University of Chicago


AN ESSAY TOWARD A HISTORY
OF SHAKESPEARE IN
NORWAY


A Dissertation

Submitted to the Faculty
of the Graduate School of Arts and Literature
in Candidacy for the Degree of
Doctor of Philosophy
Department of Germanics and English
by

MARTIN BROWN RUUD



Reprint from
Scandinavian Studies and Notes
Urbana, Illinois
1917




The Collegiate Press
George Banta Publishing Company
Menasha, Wisconsin

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PREFATORY NOTE

I have attempted in this study to trace the history of Shakespearean
translations, Shakespearean criticism, and the performances of
Shakespeare's plays in Norway. I have not attempted to investigate
Shakespeare's influence on Norwegian literature. To do so would not,
perhaps, be entirely fruitless, but it would constitute a different
kind of work.

The investigation was made possible by a fellowship from the University
of Chicago and a scholarship from the American-Scandinavian Foundation,
and I am glad to express my gratitude to these bodies for the
opportunities given to me of study in the Scandinavian countries.
I am indebted for special help and encouragement to Dr. C.N. Gould
and Professor J.M. Manly, of the University of Chicago, and to the
authorities of the University library in Kristiania for their unfailing
courtesy. To my wife, who has worked with me throughout, my obligations
are greater than I can express.

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