Rodney, meanwhile, was talking about the Elizabethan dramatists.
No, I don't think it's got anything to do with the Elizabethans.
That Elizabethan domestic architecture is charming in its way; but it's against the very nature of it to break out into turrets.
And yet," answered Fanshaw, "that's the most romantic and Elizabethan part of the business.
The second was clearer: an old Elizabethan galley with decorative waves beneath it, but interrupted in the middle by a curious jagged rock, which was either a fault in the wood or some conventional representation of the water coming in.
The dining-room was as nautical as the cabin of a ship; but its note was rather that of the modern than the Elizabethan captain.
We call the whole group of authors who sprang up at this time the Elizabethans
, after the name of the Queen in whose reign they lived and wrote.
Freddy bows and sits down in the Elizabethan chair, infatuated.
CLARA [throwing herself discontentedly into the Elizabethan chair].
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JUNE 27, 1970: Actress Wendy Craig paid a visit to Warwick to open Emscote Lawn School's Elizabethan
He suggests convincingly that the dialogic medium of the Elizabethan
theater provided a venue for playwrights, players, and so-called Protestant audiences to express multivalent, conflicting responses to traumatizing emotions in the aftermath of the Reformation in England.