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|Title:||Troilus and Cressida|
|Authors:||Thurston, John, 1774-1822, del.|
Rhodes, Richard, 1765-1838, sculp.
|Keywords:||Prints;Images;Shakespearean actors and actresses;Troilus and Cressida;Thurston, John, 1774-1822--Artist;Rhodes, Richard, 1765-1838--Engraver;Tegg, Thomas, 1776-1846--Publisher;Dixon, John, c. 1740-1811--Printer;Troilus (Fictitious character);Pandarus (Fictitious character);Cressida (Fictitious character);Letters;Armor;Battles;Canes;Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616|
|Publisher:||London, published by Thomas Tegg|
|Abstract:||A fight goes on in the background as Pandarus clutching his cane watches Troilus tear up Cressida's letter. As Troilus does this he says "Words, words, mere words, no matter from the heart; go wind to wind, there turn & change together." in Troilus and Cressida act 5 scene 3. London Published by Thomas Tegg No. III Cheapside. July 1, 1814. Printed by Dixon.|
|Description:||The TIFF was created at 1200 dpi and 8-bit grayscale.|
|Appears in Collections:||Farnsworth Shakespeare Print Collection Images|
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