Manage episode 376415257 series 2513699
Steven welcomes theoretical physicist Barry R. Clarke to this episode to discuss his doctoral thesis in Shakespeare studies, which he has published as a book. "Francis Bacon’s Contribution to Shakespeare: A New Attribution Method" focuses on a new Rare Collocation Profiling method that connects certain specific and rare phrases from Bacon's writings to the works of Shake-Speare.
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