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By Laura Bates

Whereas He used to be Breaking Out of legal, She used to be attempting to holiday In.

Shakespeare professor and criminal volunteer Laura Bates idea she had visible all of it. that's, till she determined to coach Shakespeare in a spot the bard had by no means been ahead of — supermax solitary confinement. during this unwelcoming position, surrounded through inmates often called the worst of the worst, is Larry Newton. A convicted assassin with numerous break out makes an attempt less than his belt and a brilliantly agile brain on his shoulders, Larry was once attempting to get away of criminal whilst Laura was once battling to get her application begun in the back of bars.

Thus starts the main not going of friendships, one bonded by way of Shakespeare and lasting years—a friendship that, after all, could store a couple of lifestyles.

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It takes as its starting point a brief outline of the phenomenon provided by the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language (Huddleston & Pullum, 2002), in which it is referred to as ‘intensificatory tautology’. The paper begins by defining the lexical set to be investigated, and thereafter provides details of the relevant adjectival sequences found in the British National Corpus. Particular attention is paid to the relatively frequent pairs great big, tiny little and little tiny. Information is also given with regard to other semantic fields which corpus data suggests could usefully be investigated.

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