Edmund Malone

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English scholar remembered for his chronology of Shakespeare's plays and his editions of Shakespeare and Dryden (1741-1812)

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In 1790 Edmund Malone published "emendations and additions" to accompany his collection of Shakespeare's plays and poems.
8 On 26 July Edmund Malone reported to Thomas Percy that 'Mr Steevens's posthumous edition' had appeared 'a few days ago' (Bodleian Library MS.
The manuscript, discovered in the late 18th century but now lost, was copied and printed by the Shakespeare editor Edmund Malone, who nonetheless came to believe the document was a clumsy forgery mainly because of its florid style.
Graves seems less interested in theoretical limitations than in corrigible factual ones, such as that of the great Edmund Malone, who "could not imagine the Globe without two hanging chandeliers for lights," as Graves observes, "because the theater with which he was familiar -- the theater of Cibber and Garrick -- had them" (65-66).