London : Arden Shakespeare, .
Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Language.
Contents: Introduction Paul Yachnin 1.Well Won Thrift Michael Bristol (McGill University) and Sara Coodin (University of Oklahoma) 2."Cressida": Shakespeare's Proper Names and Common Bodies David Schalkwyk (Folger Shakespeare Library) 3.Antique and/or Antic: Archaism, Neologism and the Play of Shakespeare's Words in Love's Labor's Lost and 2 Henry IVLucy Munro (University of Keele) 4.Learning to Colour in Hamlet Miriam Jacobson (University of Georgia) 5.The Reach of "Angling" in The Winter's Tale J. A. Shea (Dawson College) 6."What may be and should be": Grammar Moods and the Invention of History in 1 Henry VI Lynne Magnusson (University of Toronto) 7."I am not what I am": Othello and Theatrical Language Sarah Werner (Folger Shakespeare Library) 8.Slips of Wilderness: Verbal and Gestural Language in Measure for Measure Paul Yachnin and Patrick Neilson (McGill University) 9.To Have and to Hold: Reading Comprehension in Shakespeare Meredith Evans (Concordia University) 10."Time is their master": Men and Meter in The Comedy of Errors Jennifer Roberts-Smith (University of Waterloo) Afterword Further Explorations in Shakespeare's World of Words Bibliography Index., Donated by Bloomsbury.