|2008||Craig David Hugh, ''Speak, that I may see thee': Shakespeare characters and common words', Shakespeare Survey, 61 281-288 (2008) [C1]|
|2004||Craig David Hugh, 'Stylistic Analysis and Authorship Studies', A Companion to Digital Humanities, Blackwell Publishing, United Kingdom, 273-288 (2004) [B1]|
|2002||Craig David Hugh, 'Common-words frequencies, Shakespeare's style, and the Elegy by W. S', Early Modern Literary Studies, 8.1 42 paragraphs (2002) [C1]|
|2002||Craig David Hugh, 'Shakespeare and Print', Heat, NS 4 49-63 (2002) [C1]|
|2001||Burrows John Frederick, Craig David Hugh, 'Lucy Hutchinson and the Authorship of Two Seventeenth-Century Poems: A Computational Approach', The Seventeenth Century, 16 259-282 (2001) [C1]|
|2001||Craig David Hugh, ''An Image of the Times': Ben Jonson's Revision of "Every Man in His Humour"', English Studies, 82 14-33 (2001) [C1]|
|2000||Craig David Hugh, 'Is the author really dead? An empirical study of authorship in English Renaissance drama', Empirical Studies of the Arts, 18 119-134 (2000) [C1]|
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