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Shakespearean

, Shakespearian
1. of, relating to, or characteristic of William Shakespeare, the English dramatist and poet (1564--1616), or his works
2. a student of or specialist in Shakespeare's works
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It is in these chapters that Anderegg works most effectively with genre, showing where Shakespearean productions fit into the generic models of modern media.
I'd just got back from Rome, after filming Titus, this very grand Shakespearean tragedy, and I got the offer to play an alien in the Flintstones.
In the first place, demonstrating the pervasiveness of story-telling in the Shakespearean canon, Wilson investigates the plurality of the work's imaginative world, ushering the reader into an array of elsewheres and elsewhens peopled by characters as minimal as the gallant Honey Breath of Sonnet 65 or as vividly realized as Titania's votaress in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and exploring simultaneously the range of relationships Shakespeare sets up between enfolded and primary worlds.
Until here, the vision of Shakespearean tragedy that is presented is that of a play incorporating inadaptability, social psychology and the clash between the human world and the natural or kinetic world.
Topping all these was a film showing of Yamanote Jijosha's acclaimed version of 'The Tempest'-a visual feast-and three Shakespearean productions.
Both Faber and Hunt evoke Ophelia in Hamlet, applying more abstract considerations of music to their specific resonances in a Shakespearean play.
Regardless of whether it was Burby's edition of Love's Labour's Lost or one of Wise's reprints that first appeared on bookstalls with a paratextual attribution in 1598, it is Wise's publication practices that are especially significant for understanding Shakespearean attribution and publication.
The new center will become the core of an International University College, the first of its kind in the world focusing on Shakespearean performance practice.
India, April 8 -- Swiftkey's new keyboard f'r Android allows thee to writeth in Shakespearean language.
Their tests--involving (a) lexical words and (b) function words--had been validated on works of known authorship: a high degree of success in distinguishing between indisputably Shakespearean and non-Shakespearean passages of two thousand words was achieved.
A PLAN to build an Elizabethan-style Shakespearean theatre on Merseyside, similar to the Globe in London, could be revived, says an MP.
Early in Emulation on the Shakespearean Stage, Vernon Guy Dickson quotes Quintilians The Orators Education: "I do not want Paraphrase to be a mere passive reproduction, but to rival and vie with the original in expressing the same thoughts" (quoted 11).