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Henslowe

[henz-loh] /ˈhɛnz loʊ/
noun
1.
Philip, died 1616, English theater manager.
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  • Henslowe stopped and turned as he heard the steps behind him.

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  • For an abstract of the deed see Greg, Henslowe Papers, p. 2.

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  • In March, 1614, at the expiration of one year, Rosseter withdrew from his partnership with Henslowe.

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  • The entire report is printed in Greg, Henslowe Papers, p. 95.

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  • All these things Henslowe knew, and all these things he utilised.

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  • It became clear to him that in some respects Henslowe suited the squire admirably.

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  • Henslowe came over to the bed and held out his hand to Andrews.

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  • Where, then, was Shakespeare during the period of Henslowe's management?

  • He could have poured out all his despair to him; he had often enough before; and Henslowe was out of the army now.

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  • "I want to travel," Henslowe was saying, dragging out his words drowsily.

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British Dictionary definitions for Henslowe

Henslowe

/ˈhɛnzləʊ/
noun
1.
Philip. died 1616, English theatre manager, noted also for his diary
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