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A Touchstone for the Bard
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Computers and the Humanities Volume 25, Number 4, ISSN 0010-4817

Abstract

Discusses the authorship of literary works attributed to William Shakespeare. Describes the “modal analysis” authorship identification test's application to the dispute. Concludes that the poems, “Shall I Die” and “Elegy,” may not have been written by Shakespeare, whereas eight poems from the collection, “The Passionate Pilgrim,” may have been Shakespeare's work. (SG)

Citation

Elliot, W.E.Y. & Valenza, R.J. (1991). A Touchstone for the Bard. Computers and the Humanities, 25(4), 199-209. Retrieved February 16, 2019 from .

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