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David Crystal is known throughout the world as a writer, editor, lecturer, and broadcaster on language. His work on the language of Shakespeare includes Pronouncing Shakespeare, Think on My Words: Exploring Shakespeare's Languages, and, with Ben Crystal, Shakespeare's Words, The ShakespeareMiscellany, and The Oxford Illustrated Shakespeare Dictionary.
Table of Contents
Abbreviations Part I: Introduction An artistic-scientific endeavour The scope of this dictionary Entry structure The nature of the evidence Using original pronunciation The history of OP studies The modern OP movement Transcription References Notes Part II: The Dictionary