Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0628.  Monday, 26 August 1996.

From:           Norm Holland <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Sunday, 25 Aug 96 16:05:56 EDT
Subject:        Q: Linguistic Studies

Can anyone point me to recent work developing Shakespeare's linguistic choices
(understood through a 20C grammatical system) or, perhaps, his choice of
rhetorical tropes such as synecdoche or metonymy?  I'm particularly interested
in A&C.  I'm also particularly interested in any such books are articles with a
psychological focus, but you can't have everything.  Anything on syntactical
choices would be helpful.

I'm familiar with works in this area by

    Sister Miriam Joseph
    John Houston
    S. S. Hussey
    Dolores Burton
    N. F. Blake
    Lynn de Gerenday

Can anyone suggest other books or periodical literature?  I'd be most grateful.

Please reply to me directly unless you think your remarks would be of interest
to all subscribers to this list.  Again, thank you.     --Best, Norm Holland

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