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SHAKESPEARES USE OF THE PRONOUN OF ADDRESS IN THE FIRST PERIOD OF HIS WORK 139
The Comedie of Errors
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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absent affectionate angry thou Antipholus Antony says appeal Bardolph Bassanio Bastard Benedick Bertram brother Brutus Caesar Capulet Cassio Claudio Cleopatra Clown Coriolanus Cymbeline daughter Desdemona Dramatis Personae Dromio Edward Elizabethan English exchange courteous exchange courtly exchange thou Falstaff father Friar gentleman Gentlemen of Verona Gloucester says Guiderius Hamlet Helena husband and wife Iago Imogen inferior intimacy intimate thou Juliet Katharine kindly thou King Henry says King John King says Lady Lear Leonato Leontes London Lord says lower class equality Lucentio Lucius Macbeth Malvolio messenger says mistress Olivia Othello Pericles Petruchio Polonius Portia Posthumus Prince Hamlet pronoun Pronoun of Address Proteus receives thou respect reverence Romeo says courteous says courtly says thee says thou says thy says you sir says your grace says your majesty scene iii scene iiii servant says Shakespeare Shylock sirrah superior superior's thou thou in apostrophe Timon Titus Troilus Twelfth Night Warwick York