Elizabethan & BFA Language References

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Read some William Shakespeare, particularly the Sonnets (for rhyming) and Merry Wives of Windsor (for peasant speech). Other contemporaries include Ben Jonson and Christopher Marlowe.

Buy Gerald Zepeda's book. You will not regret it.


Shakespeare's Insults for Lawyers
Shakespeare's Insults for Lawyers
Wayne F. Hill, Cynthia J. Ottchen, Tom Lulevitch
Buy New: $36.04 / Used: $0.02 (15 avail)
Fed up with legal nonsense and red tape? This book provides a way to get back at lawyers by reeling off some rude one-liners, all taken from Shakespeare's works. The first section provides insults for particular occasions while the second addresses the particular flaws of all lawyers.

Shakespeare's Insults for Doctors
Shakespeare's Insults for Doctors
Wayne F. Hill, Cynthia J. Ottchen, Tom Lulevitch
Buy New: $53.86 / Used: $2.03 (8 avail)
Fed up with the NHS? This work provides a way for patients to get their own back by reeling off some humorous one-liners all taken from Shakespeare's works. Set out in two parts, the book starts with a section of insults for particular occasions while the second part focuses on specialists.



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