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Shakespeare's works and Elizabethan pronunciationFausto Cercignani Clarendon Press, 1981 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 432 pages 0 Reviews
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Bibliographic informationTitle Shakespeare's works and Elizabethan pronunciation Author Fausto Cercignani Publisher Clarendon Press, 1981 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized May 28, 2008 Length 432 pages Subjects Language Arts & Disciplines › Speech
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