Shakespeare's Use of the Pronoun of Address: Its Significance in Characterization and Motivation

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Catholic University of America, 1936 - English language - 189 pages
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Contents

SHAKESPEARES USE OF THE PRONOUN OF ADDRESS IN THE FIRST PERIOD OF HIS WORK 139
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The Comedie of Errors
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The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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