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Synonyms for counterchange

cause to change places

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That this counterchange of identities possesses a nonsymbolic truth is indicated by Queen Eleanor's reaction to Philip's witty acceptance of the title:
By contrast, "Counterchange," mainly in rhetorical but also in other dramatic senses, serves in Shakespeare's play to convey his vision of the radical instability of politics--a place-shifting politics that in his view becomes synonymous with history.
This possibility would visually reinforce the counterchange of identities.
"Change and Counterchange in Cymbeline." Iowa State University Shakespeare Symposium.