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To believe, or not to believe? 5 myths about Shakespeare that you probably think are true

There are many myths about Shakespeare's use of language. Image: Max Muselmann/Unsplash

Jonathan Culpeper
Chair professor in English Language and Linguistics, Lancaster University
Mathew Gillings
Assistant Professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business
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