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A public count
Around the Globe 24, 2003, 18-19
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A third book?
Cuesheet (Shakespeare's Globe Newsletter, 2003). [See further, the Sam Wanamaker lecture]
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Bad bodements
Around the Globe 44, 2010, 22-3
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Being bethumped
Around the Globe 26, 2004, 14-15
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Being boysterous
Around the Globe 37, 2007, 28-9
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But one word more
Around the Globe 12, 1999, 18-19
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Catch this
Around the Globe 22, 2002, 14-15
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Citing Scripture for my purpose
Around the Globe 48, 2011, 20-21
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Collocating auspiciously
Around the Globe 10, 1999, 34-5; reprinted in e magazine 5 (Sep 1999), 20-21
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David Crystal: Neologismy zboznuji. Interview
Filmove Listy, 25 July 2007, 2-3
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Dialecte coach wanted: applye within
Around the Globe 39, 2008, 32-3
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Early interest in Shakespearean Original Pronunciation
Language & History 56 (1), 2013, 5-17
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F for frustrating, E for ennui
(review of J. Hope, Shakespeare's Grammar). Around the Globe 25, 2003, 38-9
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For the third time: how much, did you say?
Around the Globe 53, 2013, 42-4 [part 3 of a 3-part series]
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Friends, Romans and Westcountrymen
Times Higher Education Supplement, 6 May 2005, 16-17
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German hunting
Around the Globe 46, 2010, 24-5
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Glossary entries adapted from Shakespeare's Words for Twelfth Night programme
Shakespeare's Globe, 2003, 32-3
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Hark, hark, what shout is that?
Around the Globe 31. [based on article written for theTroilus programme, Shakespeare's Globe, August 2005: 'Saying it like it was']
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Have I twice said well?
Around the Globe 23, 2003, 10-11
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How did it sound to you?
[with Ben Crystal] Around the Globe 58 (2014), 24-5 [discussion of the Macbeth OP production, July 2014]
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How much, did you say?
Around the Globe 51 (2012), 34-6 [part 1 of a 3-part series]
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How much, did you say again?
Around the Globe 52 (2012), 48-9 [part 2 of a 3-part series]
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Imagination bodies forth
Around the Globe 18, 2001, 28-9
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In every sense
Around the Globe 49, 2011, 40
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Interview with Paul Meier: A Midsummer Night's Dream: an original pronunciation production
In Dudley Knight (ed.), A world of voice; voice and speech across culture, Voice and Speech Trainers Association, 2011, 209-23
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I saw eight -ships...
Around the Globe 30, 2005, 20-21
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It must have been like this
Around the Globe 61, 2015, 42-43
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Lexical explosions
Around the Globe 45, 2010, 20-21
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Linguistic feasting
Around the Globe 41, 2009, 28-9
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Listening most precisely on the event
Around the Globe 28, 2004, 25-7. Reprinted in Speaking English 38 (Spring 2005), 7-10
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Little doing in Much Ado, but endings are well in All's Well
Around the Globe 47, 2011, 26-7
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Master Henslowe's diary
Names, names, names
Around the Globe 6 (Winter 1997), 12-13
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New words? It all-depends
Around the Globe 5 (Autumn 1997), 32; ; reprinted in Modern English Teacher (8:4, 1999), 20-21
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Nick without froth
Around the Globe 23½, 2003, 14
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Nothing for ages then two at once
Around the Globe 14, 2000, 20-21; reprinted in e magazine 10 (2000), 52-3
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O, but one word
Around the Globe 11, 1999, 34-5
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Of infinite tongue
Sam Wanamaker lecture (with Ben Crystal), Shakespeare's Globe, 19 March 2003
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Once more unto the OP, once more...
Around the Globe, 60 (2015), 49
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One meaning well suited
Around the Globe 35, 2007, 16-17
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'OP' moving on
Around the Globe 63 (2016), 26
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OP Sonnets notes
Notes to acocmpany the transcription of the Sonnets made in 2007: see 'OP transcriptions Sonnets' on this website
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OP transcriptions Sonnets
Transcription made in 2007 to accompany the audio file available at www.originalpronunciation.com: Illustrations
OP Troilus Act 1 transcription
Transcription made in 2006 to accompany the audio file available at www.originalpronunciation.com: Illustrations
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OP Troilus notes
Notes to accompany the transcription of Troilus Act 1 made in 2006: see 'OP Troilus Act 1 transcription' on this website
Our English dead
Around the Globe 9, 1999, 28-9
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Over-read it at your pleasure
Around the Globe 36, 2007, 34-5
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Oxford Illustrated Shakespeare Dictionary
[with Ben Crystal, illustrations by Kate Bellamy] (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015), 352 pp; 9780192737502
Performing the tongue that Shakespeare spoke
Talk for Lingua Franca (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 12 July 2005
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Pick a word, any word...
Around the Globe 15, 2000, 22-23
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Playing with Latin
Around the Globe 33, 2006, 20-21
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Pronouncing Shakespeare
Cambridge: CUP, 2005, xviii+188 pp. 0 521 85213 7
Remember thy friends
Around the Globe 20, 2002, 12-13
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Review of Frank Kermode, The age of Shakespeare
New Statesman, 5 July 2004, 53
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Review of Stanley Wells. Is it true what they say about Shakespeare?
Shakespeare at the Centre (Shakespeare Birthplace Trust), 7(2), 2007, 15
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Saying it as it was
Around the Globe 27, 2004, 14-15. Reprinted in Speaking English 38 (Spring 2005), 4-6
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Saying what can't be said
Around the Globe 16, 2001, 20-21
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Search, seek, and know
Around the Globe 40, 2008, 40-41
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Shakespeare and ELT
In Alan Pulverness (ed), IATEFL 2003 (Canterbury: IATEFL, 2004), 146-60; reprinted in Anglo Files (The Danish Association of Teachers of English), 159, February 2011, 77-90
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Shakespeare and lawyers
Glossary. Programme notes for Twelfth Night (Globe Theatre Company, February 2002)
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Shakespeare on love
Around the Globe 42, 2009, 20-21
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Shakespeare's false friends
Around the Globe 19, 2001, 28-9
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Shakespeare's false friends: distracted
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Shakespeare's false friends: ecstasy
e magazine 20, April 2003, 54-5
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Shakespeare's false friends: lover
e magazine 21, September 2003, 45-6
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Shakespeare's false friends: naughty
e magazine 18, December 2002, 64-5
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Shakespeare's false friends: rude
e magazine 22, December 2003, 54-5
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Shakespeare's false friends: silly
e magazine 23, February 2004, 50-51
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Shakespeare's words
24 Hours (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), February 2003, 32-4
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Shakespeare’s Words (with Ben Crystal)
(London: Penguin, 2002), xxviii+650 pp. 0 14 100737 0; US edition by Penguin Putnam, 2002; paperback edition with corrections and additions, 2004, xxviii+650 pp. 0 14 029117 2
Shakespeare the metalinguist
In Anthony R Guneratne (ed.), Shakespeare and genre (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), 19-37
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Sounding out Shakespeare: sonnet rhymes in original pronunciation
In Vera Vasic (ed.), Jezik u upotrebi: primenjena lingvistikja u cast Ranku Bugarskom [Language in use: applied linguistics in honour of Ranko Bugarski] (Novi Sad and Belgrade: Philosophy Faculties, 2011), 295-306
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Sounding the sonnets
Around the Globe 43, 2009, 26-7
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Speak, in the name of the law
Entertainment Law 1(2), 2002, 103-17. Lecture given to the Shakespeare's Globe Education series, 'Shakespeare and the Lawyers', March 2002
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Speaking in deeds
English Drama Media, 4, 2005, 26-9
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Supplementary material to Think on my Words
Items not included in the book, pp. 124
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Tempestuous Words
Around the Globe 54 (2013), 37
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The accents of the valiant
Around the Globe 50, 2012, 36-7
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The language of Shakespeare
Introductory essay to Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, The Complete Works (Oxford: OUP, 2005), xlv-lxiv
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The language of Shakespeare
In S. Wells & L. Orlin (eds), Shakespeare: an Oxford guide (Oxford: OUP, 2003), 67-78
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The Oxford dictionary of original Shakespearean pronunciation
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), li + 648 pp. 9780199668427
The Oxford Dictionary of Original Shakespearean Pronunciation
ODOSP
A dictionary of Shakespearean vocabulary, including all the words in the First Folio, with Early Modern English pronunciation shown in IPA. Entries contain all rhymes and spelling variants. There is an associated audio website.
A dictionary of Shakespearean vocabulary, including all the words in the First Folio, with Early Modern English pronunciation shown in IPA. Entries contain all rhymes and spelling variants. An introduction discusses the nature of the evidence in phonological reconstruction and explains the history of the modern OP movement. There is an associated audio website.
The Oxford Illustrated Shakespeare Dictionary
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A collaboration between David and Ben Crystal, with full-colour illustrations by Kate Bellamy. A combination of dictionary and encyclopedia providing clear explanations of the less familiar vocabulary of Shakespeare's most popular plays.
A collaboration between David and Ben Crystal, with full-colour illustrations by Kate Bellamy. A combination of dictionary and encyclopedia providing clear explanations of the less familiar vocabulary of Shakespeare's most popular plays.
The Shakespearean status of the Danielle poems: some lexical notes
Unpublished paper
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The Shakespeare Miscellany (with Ben Crystal)
(London: Penguin, 2005), x+214 pp. 0 140 51555 0
The tongue that Shakespeare really spoke
Babel 7 (May 2014), 14-18
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The unbelievable Hamlet discovery
(Holyhead: Crystal Books, 2016), 72 pp. 9781909459199
Think on my words: exploring Shakespeare's language
Cambridge: CUP, 2008, xii+254 pp. 978 0 521 87694 0; Canto Classics edn 2012, 978 1 107 61180 1
Those tricksy words.
Around the Globe 8 (Winter 1998), 34-5
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To be Englished rightly
 Around the Globe 34, 2006, 26-27
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To modernize or not to modernize: there is no question
Around the Globe 21, 2002, 15-17; adapted as talk for Lingua Franca, 'Does Shakespeare's English need translating?' (Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2003)
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Translating Shakespeare into English: a debate, with John McWhorter and Ben Crystal
In Dudley Knight (ed.), A world of voice: voice and speech across culture, Voice and Speech Trainers Association, 2011, 38-51
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Un-finished
Around the Globe 17, 2001, 22-3
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Verbing
Around the Globe 7 (1998), 20-21; reprinted in Modern English Teacher 9 (1), 2000, 18-19
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Weighing up Williamisms
Around the Globe 3 (1997), 9; reprinted in Modern English Teacher (8:2, 1999), 20-21
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Well, well, well
Around the Globe 29, 2005, 16-17
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Were you on your auditory mettle?
Around the Globe 32, 2006, 32-4
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What can this cock-pit hold?
Around the Globe 4 (1997), 19; reprinted in Modern English Teacher (8:3, 1999), 15-16
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What time is it?
Around the Globe 13, 2000, 22-3
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