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“Look at drive-in movie theaters and the shakespearean stage.”
“There are many things to say about the form of sonnets and then shakespearean sonnets are full of obvious or hidden techniques you can focus on: tone, rhyme, language, alliteration, consonance, symbols, metaphors and similes, themes etc.”
“His SC home town hit hard from all sides from the meltdown and financial woesand the kinder and gentler Shalom over the crustyNew Yorker Greenspinner displayed a shakespearean flare while discussing his boyhood home which was goinginto foreclosure.”
“Thoughts on "shakespearean insults time for some more”
“No, it has to be shakespearean and more serious, like the tones of the series Rome or Gladiator.”
“MadonnaKonfesses: there is something raw and theatrical, something shakespearean about Krumping.”
“Hmm and there I was thinking he meant comedy in the shakespearean sense.ie everyone ends up married at the end rather than dead like the tragedies.”
“Anthony Head as the bumbling art dealer seemed as flustered and unfocused as the rest of the cast making what should have been an entertaining 90 minutes into a rather tedious theatrical event that when it ended, seemed like it had been almost shakespearean in length.”
“It was akin to a shakespearean play, which would have to be restaged and performed anew for each generation.”
“Unless the story is shakespearean in it's complexity they don't like it, and even then they'll find something to complain about, some obscure reference that they feel making puts them above everyone else.”
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