New Scholarship from Old Renaissance Dictionaries
Applications of the Early Modern English Dictionaries Database
[Early Modern Literary Studies Special Issue 1 (April 1997)]
Ian Lancashire and Michael Best, Editors
- Editorial Preface. . Ian Lancashire, University of Toronto, and Michael Best, University of Victoria.
- Article Abstracts / Résumés des Articles.
- "That purpose which is plain and easy to be understood": Using the Computer Database of Early Modern English Dictionaries to Resolve Problems in a Critical Edition of The Second Tome of Homilies (1563). . Stephen Buick, University of Toronto.
- Renaissance Dictionaries and Shakespeare's Language: A Study of Word-meaning in Troilus and Cressida. . Mark Catt, University of Toronto.
- Did Shakespeare Consciously Use Archaic English? . Mary Catherine Davidson, University of Toronto.
- An English Renaissance Understanding of the Word "Tragedy," 1587-1616. . Tanya Hagen, University of Toronto.
- Understanding Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus and the EMEDD. . Ian Lancashire, University of Toronto.
- Reflections of an Electronic Scribe: Two Renaissance Dictionaries and Their Implicit Philosophies of Language. . Jonathan Warren, University of Toronto.
- "A Double Spirit of Teaching": What Shakespeare's Teachers Teach Us. . Patricia Winson, University of Toronto.
© 1997, R.G. Siemens (Editor, EMLS).