Shakespearean

  • (adj): Of or relating to William Shakespeare or his works.
    Example: "Shakespearean plays"
    Synonyms: Shakespearian

Some articles on shakespearean:

A. C. Bradley - Works
... Bradley’s two major works, Shakespearean Tragedy (1904), and Oxford Lectures on Poetry (1909) ... His influence on Shakespearean criticism was so great that the following anonymous poem appeared I dreamt last night that Shakespeare’s Ghost Sat for a civil service post ... his book is probably the most influential single work of Shakespearean criticism ever published ...
Boydell Shakespeare Gallery - Shakespeare in The 18th Century
... The mid-century Shakespearean theatrical revival was probably most responsible for reintroducing the British public to Shakespeare ... superb acting, unrivalled productions, numerous and important Shakespearean portraits, and his spectacular 1769 Shakespeare Jubilee helped promote Shakespeare as a marketable product and the ... generated a wide audience for literary art, especially Shakespearean art ...
Crux (literary) - Shakespearean Examples
... Other Shakespearean cruxes have not been so successfully resolved ... that has been proposed is "may rope 's in such a snare." Another unresolved Shakespearean crux is the "runaway's eyes" in Romeo and Juliet, III,ii,6 ...
Shakespearean Fool
... The Shakespearean fool is a recurring character type in the works of William Shakespeare ... Shakespearean fools are usually clever peasants or commoners that use their wits to outdo people of higher social standing ...
List Of Eponymous Adjectives In English - R–U
... Servian Wall) Severan—Septimius Severus (as in Severan dynasty) Shakespearean—William Shakespeare (as in Shakespearean authorship, Shakespearean tragedy) Shavian—George ...