Tag Archives: encyclopaedia
Is ‘more better’ a mistake if Shakespeare said it?
Research Associate Sean Murphy looks at Shakespeare’s use of more better, and considers whether we can really consider it a mistake if Shakespeare himself said it… Learning English as a foreign language is hard. Learners are often corrected by teachers … Continue reading
Posted in Blog Tagged EEBO, encyclopaedia, language, Shakespeare Comments Off on Is ‘more better’ a mistake if Shakespeare said it?
Panel Meeting – 27 July 2016
On 27th July 2016, the Encyclopaedia of Shakespeare’s Language team held its first panel meeting. The panel meeting was essentially an opportunity for the project’s advisors / ambassadors to visit our research centre and learn more about our aims and ambitions. … Continue reading
Posted in Blog Tagged encyclopaedia, panel meeting, Shakespeare Comments Off on Panel Meeting – 27 July 2016