Shakespeareana
or Shakespeariana noun plural Date: 1718 collected items by, about, or relating to Shakespeare

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Shakespeareana — /shayk spear ee an euh, ah neuh, ay neuh/, n.pl. a collection of historical artifacts, letters, etc., belonging or pertaining to William Shakespeare. [1710 20; SHAKESPEARE + ANA] * * * …   Universalium

  • Shakespeareana — noun Items related to , especially collectibles …   Wiktionary

  • Shakespeareana — n. (collectively) Shakespeariana, collected items (historical artifacts, letters, etc.) about or pertaining to William Shakespeare; things relating to William Shakespeare …   English contemporary dictionary

  • shakespeareana — shake·spear·eana …   English syllables

  • shakespeareana — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Teoría baconiana — Sir Francis Bacon es, a menudo, citado como posible autor de las piezas teatrales de Shakespeare. La teoría baconiana de la autoría shakespeareana sostiene que sir Francis Bacon escribió las piezas teatrales convencionalmente atribuidas a William …   Wikipedia Español

  • Henry Clay Folger — (1857 1930) was president and later chairman of Standard Oil of New York, a collector of Shakespeareana, and founder of the Folger Shakespeare Library.Early lifeHenry Clay Folger was born in New York City on June 18, 1857 to Henry C. Folger of… …   Wikipedia

  • Jennifer Kapoor — Infobox actress bgcolour = name = Jennifer Kapoor imagesize = 200px caption = As Miss Violet Stoneham in 36 Chowringhee Lane (1981) birthname = Jennifer Kendal birthdate = birth date|1933|02|28 location = Southport, England, UK flagicon|England… …   Wikipedia

  • Shakespeariana — noun plural see Shakespeareana …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Folger Shakespeare Library — Infobox nrhp | name =Folger Shakespeare Library nrhp type = caption =Folger Shakespeare Library and theatre. Note capitol building in the background. location= Washington, D.C. lat degrees = 38 | lat minutes = 53 | lat seconds = 21.7 | lat… …   Wikipedia

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