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Shakespeare's noise

This work explores Shakespeare's deep fascination with dangerous and disorderly forms of speaking - especially rumour, slander, insult, vituperation and curse - and through them offers a vision of the work of words in his plays.
Print Book, English, 2001
University of Chicago Press, Chicago (Ill.), 2001
X, 282 p. 24 cm
9780226309880, 0226309886