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Elizabethan
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Pygmalion
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  • At the other side of the room, further forward, is an Elizabethan chair roughly carved in the taste of Inigo Jones.
  • [She sits in the Elizabethan chair].
  • Freddy bows and sits down in the Elizabethan chair, infatuated.
  • CLARA [throwing herself discontentedly into the Elizabethan chair].
  • [He sits in the Elizabethan chair].
  • [He flings himself sulkily into the Elizabethan chair].

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  • William Shakespeare was an Elizabethan
  • Elizabethan music

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