Monthly Archives: October 2015

Solving the Mysteries–Digitised Stylistics, Language and Shakespeare

This blog: Introducing the book  Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship. Co-authored by Hugh Craig and Arthur Kinney, Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship, is a beautifully-written book that brings Shakespeare scholarship into a new era. Craig and … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Authorship Question: Part 3

This blog:   Authorship attribution in ‘Shakespeare’… In my last post I noted that in his chapter “Authorship,” in the Oxford Handbook of  Shakespeare (2012), Professor Hugh Craig asks: “Which of the works sometimes attributed to Shakespeare are apocryphal? Which plays are in fact collaborations? Which sections … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Authorship Question: Part 2 continued…

This blog: back to research academic, literary scholar, Renaissance literature expert, and computational stylist Professor Craig’s  chapter “Authorship” in The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare to see more of what the erudite Shakespearean has to say about authorship in relation to Shakespeare. In section I. Kinds … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Authorship Question: Part 2

The first chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare (2012) is titled “Authorship,” and is written by research academic, literary scholar, Renaissance literature expert, and computational stylist, Professor Hugh Craig. Craig begins his chapter with section 1.”Kinds of Authorship.” In the … Continue reading

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