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English drama
English drama Drama was introduced to England from Europe by ... festivals. William Shakespeare, chief figure of the English Renaissance, is here seen in the Chandos portrait. The period known as the English Renaissance, approximately 1500—1660, saw a flowering ...
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Category:English drama
Category:English drama Subcategories There are 2 subcategories to this category. E English Restoration plays P English plays Pages in category "English drama" There is 1 page in ...
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Talk:English drama
Talk:English drama Talk:English drama
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Governor General's Award for English language drama
Governor General's Award for English language drama This is a list of the Canadian Governor General's Award winners for drama. This award was created in 1981 when the Governor General's Award for English language poetry or drama was split in two. 1981 - Sharon ...
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Governor General's Award for English language poetry or drama
Governor General's Award for English language poetry or drama This is a list of the winners ... of the Governor General's Award for English language poetry or drama. This award was created in 1937, the ... split into the separate poetry award and drama award. 1937 - E. J. Pratt, The ...
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English literature
English literature The term English literature refers to literature written in the English language, including literature composed in English by writers not necessarily from England; Joseph ... also because each speak their variety of English. In other words English literature is ...
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Yelizavetinskaya drama   (translated from Russian)
Yelizavetinskaya drama Yelizavetinskaya drama - in the history angliyskoy the drama this period approximately begins s yshch80 — ... concludes in y'20-kh yr. Yelizavetinskaya drama is connected with the name Shekspira , which ... of that time. The high development of English drama in the epoch usually is ...
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Augustan drama
Augustan drama Augustan drama can refer to the dramas of Ancient ... an age of the developing novel. In drama, by contrast, it was an age in ... and a life of leisure. Instead, Augustan drama reflected questions the mercantile class had about ... a rumored increase in ticket prices. Although drama declined in the Augustan era, it ...
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Canadian English
Canadian English English dialects British Isles British English East Anglian English English English Estuary English Hiberno-English (Ireland) ...
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English poetry
English poetry Many regard William Shakespeare as the greatest English poet ever. The history of English poetry stretches from the middle of the ... to the present day. Over this period, English poets have written some of the most ... spread around the globe. Consequently, the term English poetry is unavoidably ambiguous. It can ...
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