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Query: Shakespeare's Syntax
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 402.  Sunday, 27 June 1993.
 
From:           Steven Schaufele <
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Date:           Saturday, 26 Jun 1993 16:22:09 +1200
Subject:        Query: Shakespeare's exploitation of syntactic options
 
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I recently posted the following query on LINGUIST, and was advised to send
it also to this address:
 
I've recently gotten interested in investigating the use of syntactic
options (i.e. syntactically different but semantically equivalent
constructions -- e.g. voice distinctions, variation in adverb placement) in
Shakespeare's plays, especially as tools in characterization.  Can anybody
direct me to any research that has been done in this area?
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Dr. Steven Schaufele                    c/o Department of Linguistics
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