Clues are incomplete Shakespearean quotations; lights, mainly jumbled, are entered horizontally, vertically or diagonally.Alternate rows spell 'MANHOOD IS CALLED FOOLERY WHEN IT STANDS AGAINST A FALLING FABRIC'.THE Times NEWSPAPER = KCZUMXYAQRPL, FOURTH of FIRTH = AOKEA.
Grid comprises 9 word-squares, each of whose main NE-SW diagonals contains just the letter E repeated; clues give numerical sums of the words of the squares.The first words of the 4-letter word squares are BATE, HATE, PATE and TATE; those of the 5-letter Grid is circular; clues are incomplete quotations; lights are all 5-letter, mainly jumbled.'Mix up a rich mate' leads to RHEMATIC which becomes RHEUMATIC.Most across clues are alternative titles to books or works; most down clues are authors' initials leading to titles forming complete sentences; in each case, lights are significant words from the (main) titles.Grid comprises 9 word-squares each of whose NE-SW diagonals contains just one letter repeated; these in order (except for the main diagonal) spell ENIGMA.
Clues give numerical sums of the words of the squares.
Outermost circle spells 'BUT CUSTOM MAKES BLIND AND OBDURATE THE LOFTIEST HEARTS' by PERCY SHELLEY (third circle).
Clues are incomplete Shakespearean quotations; lights, mainly jumbled, are entered horizontally, vertically or diagonally. GIVE TO DUST THAT IS A LITTLE GILT MORE LAUD THAN GILT O'ERDUSTED'.
Clues are to homophones of the three run together, e.g.
'I Susan, a lover of ale, regret liquor burning' leads to "I, beery Sue, ruw booze afire" which gives IBERIS, URUBU, SAP Each answer must have a letter inserted to form the light (another word); the missing letter appears in the clue in the required position, e.g.
Grid is circular, with radial lights entered inwards and running from the innermost circle back to the outermost where necessary.