I'm wondering if it's acceptable or advised to put a comma in the phrase "me and me alone" or not. So is "me, and me alone" or "me and me alone" preferable?


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From Digestive Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs: by Asamoah 2016 google books

Phipps answers to me and me alone.


St. Petersburg Times - ‎Oct 3, 2007 - ‎Newspaper google books

With or without impeccably trained staff, I still don't mind tucking into a sumptuous dinner with me and me alone.

I prefer the phrase without a comma, but have seen it as often with than without. Others may know of grammatical rules dictating the answer to this question

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