Shakespeare's Words: A Glossary and Language Companion by David Crystal,Ben Crystal,Stanley Wells

By David Crystal,Ben Crystal,Stanley Wells

a necessary source for students, scholars and actors, this e-book comprises glosses and costs for over 14,000 phrases that may be misunderstood by way of or are unknown to a latest viewers. Displayed panels examine such parts of Shakespeare's language as greetings, swear-words and phrases of handle. Plot summaries are integrated for all Shakespeare's performs and at the dealing with web page is a special diagramatic illustration of the relationships inside each one play.

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