shakespearian in English
[Shake·spear·i·an || ʃeɪk'spɪərɪən]
pertaining to William Shakespeare or his works
Use "shakespearian" in a sentence
1. He boomed out Shakespearian verses.
2. For Pilger the drama reached almost Shakespearian proportions.
3. He has no superior as a Shakespearian actor.
4. It marks a major development in the history of Shakespearian portraiture.
5. The dramatic form fits perfectly the content of the Shakespearian play.
6. "Much Ado About Nothing" is a good example of a Shakespearian comedy.
7. His father was a professor of Shakespearian literature and his mother was a mathematician.
8. The simple ironic reading is based on the assumption that the high Shakespearian allusions are really inapposite.
9. The porter in Macbeth, due to its combination of simplicity and Complexity, draws attention from the critics and Shakespearian scholars.
10. In another bill he was the "world-renowned Shakespearian tragedian, Garrick the Younger, of Drury Lane, London."
11. 17 In another bill he was the "world-renowned Shakespearian tragedian, Garrick the Younger, of Drury Lane, London."
12. In Shakespearian tragedy, hypocrisy is not only a poison in itself but the cause of ever greater destruction.
13. Of all Shakespearian works including tragic masterpieces, Hamlet always stands out as the best and attracts wide attention.
14. She speaks from the point of view of a cracked or shattered mind in the tradition of a Shakespearian fool.
15. Many Shakespearian tragedies are about conflicting family loyalties or a character seeking to punish others for the wrongful death of a loved one.
16. In the previous study of tragedies, the study of dramatic texts was merely confined to Greek tragedies, Shakespearian tragedies and the western modern tragedies.
17. He spent years pacing his prison cell - but now convicted armed robber Adrian Mason is treading the boards as a Shakespearian actor instead.
18. Shakespeare. All legendary plays occupy a pivotal position in Shakespeare's playwright because each of them has its unique characters in the history of Shakespearian plays.
19. In the past 400-year history of Shakespearian studies, critics have interpreted Hamlet's hesitancy from different angles like Hamlet's character or background or the Oedipus complex.
20. For the last three centuries many actors and actresses have established their reputations by taking Shakespearian parts; e. g. Garrick in the 18th century and Kean and Irving in the 19th.
21. And the moment she strikes up the true Shakespearian music, and feels her way to her part altogether by her sense of that music, the play returns to life and all the magic is there.
22. 18 For the last three centuries many actors and actresses have established their reputations by taking Shakespearian parts; e. g. Garrick in the 18th century and Kean and Irving in the 19th.