dangalique
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Which of these excerpts from The Time Traveler’s Guide to Elizabethan England is related from the second-person point of view? Hills might feature in an Elizabethan writer’s description of a county because of their potential for sheep grazing . . . Those things that Elizabethans take for granted are precisely what you will find most striking . . . Before this, they do not need such a word, for they do not see a “landscape” as such . . . Shakespeare does not use the word “landscape” at all; he uses the word “country” . . .
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