<strong>Shakespeare's language tics</strong> &mdash; &ldquo;gentle,&rdquo; &ldquo;answer,&rdquo; &ldquo;beseech,&rdquo; &ldquo;tonight&rdquo; &mdash; reveal the sometimes vague line between authorship and influence among Elizabethan playwrights

Shakespeare&#39;s language tics &amp;mdash; &amp;ldquo;gentle,&amp;rdquo; &amp;ldquo;answer,&amp;rdquo; &amp;ldquo;beseech,&amp;rdquo; &amp;ldquo;tonight&amp;rdquo; &amp;mdash; reveal the sometimes vague line between authorship and influence
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Shakespeare's language tics — “gentle,” “answer,” “beseech,” “tonight” — reveal the sometimes vague line between authorship and influence among Elizabethan playwrights

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