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The Literary Language of Shakespeare (Oxford Science Publications)


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Professor Hussey looks at the vocabulary, syntax and register of Renaissance English, following this with a more detailed analysis of particular kinds of language in the plays such as prose, verse, rhetoric and the soliloquy. For this new edition, the text has been revised throughout with, in particular, a completely new chapter providing detailed readings of selected plays, illustrating the ways particular aspects of language can be studied in practice.

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EAN:9780582087705
Item Size:0.6 x 8.35 x 8.35 inches
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