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Women

A significant number of illustrations in gift books feature private women in various forms of portraiture and social settings. This is unsurprising considering the audience of gift books and literary annuals was predominantly women readers. Pictured here are some of the named, solitary females from Shakespeare’s plays ranging from his comedies to his poetry to his tragedy.

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