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Shakespearian punctuation,

Author: Percy Simpson; Horace Hart
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1911.
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Simpson, Percy, 1865-1962.
Shakespearian punctuation.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1911
(OCoLC)571152826
Online version:
Simpson, Percy, 1865-1962.
Shakespearian punctuation.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1911
(OCoLC)607914012
Named Person: William Shakespeare; Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Percy Simpson; Horace Hart
OCLC Number: 2071974
Description: 107, [1] p. 20 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
1. Light stopping --
2. Vocative followed but not preceded by a comma --
3. Vocative without commas --
4. Imperative without comma --
5. Appositional phrase without comma --
6. Comma marking a metrical pause --
7. The emphasizing comma --
8. Comma equivalent to a dash --
9. Comma marking interrupted speech --
10. Comma marking the logical subject --
11. Comma marking off adverbial phrase or clause --
12. Comma between accusative and dative --
13. Comma between object and complement --
14. Comma before a noun clause --
15. Comma before the defining relative --
16. Comma before as --
17. Comma before but (=except) --
18. Comma before than --
19. Comma before and, with no comma after --
20. Comma before or and nor, with no comma after --
21. Comma before not, with no comma after --
22. Comma with inversion --
23. Relative followed by a comma --
24. Comma marking ellipse of copula --
25. Comma marking the omission of the relative --
26. The semicolon --
27. Semicolon with preliminary clauses --
28. Semicolon marking interrupted speech --
29. The emphasizing semicolon --
30. The distinction between the semicolon and hte colon --
31. Colon marking an emphatic pause --
32. Colon marking an interrupted speech --
33. Antithetic colon --
34. Colon introducing reported speech, &c. --
35. The full stop in an incomplete sentence --
36. Full stop ending an interrupted speech --
37. The use of ? in exclamations --
38. The metrical hyphen --
39. Brackets --
40. Brackets within brackets --
41. Absence of punctuation to mark an interruption --
42. Quotations --
43. The use of capital letters.
Responsibility: by Percy Simpson ...

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