This Book Enters An Old Controversy In A New Way With A Detailed Examination Of The Whole Text In Both First Folio And First Quarto Martin Elliott Takes Fully Into Account The Fact That Shakespeare Was Writing In Early Modern English, A Language Frequently Closer To Chaucer S English Than To Ours Dr Elliott Explores Word Meanings And Syntax And Finds And Extended Consistency In Shakespeare S Characterisation, One That Admits The Features Of Both Bradley S And Leavis S Moor.
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- 284 pages
- Shakespeare's Invention of Othello: A Study in Early Modern English
- Martin Elliott
- 14 October 2019 Martin Elliott