That there are many difficulties in the way of presenting Shakespeare is a fact, I think, that no one will deny. Not that Shakespeare on the stage does not interest the public, but rather that those who know and love the works of the great bard so seldom see his immortal dramas presented in accordance with their own ideals. They are often disappointed because the stage characters do not altogether represent the ones they have
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as they do boundless possibilities of thought and study, must ever be a labor of love to the sincere student; and even limited or indifferent success thus attained is dearer to the actress' heart than would be any amount of commendation acquired in a different field of endeavor. In this, as in most things, the pleasure is all the more keen and the reward the greater because of difficulties encountered, and, in a measure, overcome.