WILLIAM SHAKESPEAREWILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
William Shakespeare (April 1564 - 23 AprilWilliam Shakespeare (April 1564 - 23 Apri...
 They have saved only a few records on the private life of Shakespeare haveThey have saved only a few records on the priv...
ROMEO & JULIETROMEO & JULIET
 The tragedy placed in Verona, cityThe tragedy placed in Verona, city
ruler, nobles, citizen...
The obstacles put in the way of two lovers both medieval factions eventuallyThe obstacles put in the way of two lovers bot...
The tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and theThe tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and the
impasse. In...
The tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and theThe tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and the
impasse. In...
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  1. 1. WILLIAM SHAKESPEAREWILLIAM SHAKESPEARE William Shakespeare (April 1564 - 23 AprilWilliam Shakespeare (April 1564 - 23 April 1616) was an English poet and playwright. Is1616) was an English poet and playwright. Is widely regarded as the most important writerwidely regarded as the most important writer who wrote in English and one of the mostwho wrote in English and one of the most important playwrights worldwide. It is oftenimportant playwrights worldwide. It is often called England's national poet and the "Bard ofcalled England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon". The surviving works, including someAvon". The surviving works, including some collaborations, consist of about 38 plays, 154collaborations, consist of about 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems and severalsonnets, two long narrative poems and several other poems. His works have been translatedother poems. His works have been translated into many languages ​​of the world and readinto many languages ​​of the world and read more often than any other works of playwright.more often than any other works of playwright.
  2. 2.  They have saved only a few records on the private life of Shakespeare haveThey have saved only a few records on the private life of Shakespeare have been considerable speculation about issues such as external appearance,been considerable speculation about issues such as external appearance, sexuality, religious beliefs and whether the works attributed to him weresexuality, religious beliefs and whether the works attributed to him were written by others.written by others. Shakespeare wrote most of the known works between 1589 and 1613 andShakespeare wrote most of the known works between 1589 and 1613 and managed to deal with absolute skill so the comedy and the drama andmanaged to deal with absolute skill so the comedy and the drama and tragedy. His works are inspired by a deep understanding of human naturetragedy. His works are inspired by a deep understanding of human nature and remain relevant. Its effect, especially in English literature, is enormous.and remain relevant. Its effect, especially in English literature, is enormous. The Romantics recognized his genius and the Victorians loved in a way thatThe Romantics recognized his genius and the Victorians loved in a way that George Bernard Shaw called "vardolatreia".George Bernard Shaw called "vardolatreia".
  3. 3. ROMEO & JULIETROMEO & JULIET  The tragedy placed in Verona, cityThe tragedy placed in Verona, city ruler, nobles, citizens, professionals,ruler, nobles, citizens, professionals, youth, and dark residues of feudalism:youth, and dark residues of feudalism: The Montagues and Kapouletoi 'oldThe Montagues and Kapouletoi 'old enemy, foul rebellion with new bloodenemy, foul rebellion with new blood and the citizens of the civilized order.and the citizens of the civilized order. "" The citizens of Verona, and theThe citizens of Verona, and the institution of the spirit, the rulerinstitution of the spirit, the ruler Eskalos (he less) find them cannibals,Eskalos (he less) find them cannibals, separate them, when they collide theseparate them, when they collide the two houses together, and thrashtwo houses together, and thrash them.them. The Verona is a city with publicThe Verona is a city with public justice, institutions, public space andjustice, institutions, public space and youth. This youth is the mainyouth. This youth is the main reference work. Romeo and Juliet, butreference work. Romeo and Juliet, but the rest (with the exception ofthe rest (with the exception of absolute Tyvaldou), is subversive,absolute Tyvaldou), is subversive, unexpectedly, peace-loving, Flirty: isunexpectedly, peace-loving, Flirty: is "rock" in a broad sense, radical. They"rock" in a broad sense, radical. They are ten steps ahead and from the veryare ten steps ahead and from the very Eskalo and citizens.Eskalo and citizens.
  4. 4. The obstacles put in the way of two lovers both medieval factions eventuallyThe obstacles put in the way of two lovers both medieval factions eventually leading to death of the shoots of the best families in town. The course isleading to death of the shoots of the best families in town. The course is structured entities and other elements, apart from the pure politicalstructured entities and other elements, apart from the pure political controversy. Shakespeare, for example, uses psychological analysis,controversy. Shakespeare, for example, uses psychological analysis, science known in his time, to show the Juliet in her childhood and thescience known in his time, to show the Juliet in her childhood and the Roman character of adolescence. Data also from his hometownRoman character of adolescence. Data also from his hometown kryptokatholikismo are scattered in the project.kryptokatholikismo are scattered in the project. There are also sociological evidence for contemporary ElizabethanThere are also sociological evidence for contemporary Elizabethan audience would have been timely importance, as the servant at theaudience would have been timely importance, as the servant at the beginning of the second stage, which lists the professions (and comicallybeginning of the second stage, which lists the professions (and comically wrong way) and immediately followed by a list of all these Kontis, Siniora,wrong way) and immediately followed by a list of all these Kontis, Siniora, uncles, cousins and cousins. On the one people of working without a name,uncles, cousins and cousins. On the one people of working without a name, and the other people who sit and receive.and the other people who sit and receive.
  5. 5. The tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and theThe tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and the impasse. Instead. The Kapouletos, regarding the killingimpasse. Instead. The Kapouletos, regarding the killing of his nephew Tyvaldou somewhere saying "we wereof his nephew Tyvaldou somewhere saying "we were born for death," while the sovereign state 'in our oldborn for death," while the sovereign state 'in our old town, a free man. " Practically, the new spirit of youthtown, a free man. " Practically, the new spirit of youth with a vehicle, not only can not stop what today might bewith a vehicle, not only can not stop what today might be called "the river never comes back."called "the river never comes back."
  6. 6. The tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and theThe tragedy is pedagogy. There urges to suicide and the impasse. Instead. The Kapouletos, regarding the killingimpasse. Instead. The Kapouletos, regarding the killing of his nephew Tyvaldou somewhere saying "we wereof his nephew Tyvaldou somewhere saying "we were born for death," while the sovereign state 'in our oldborn for death," while the sovereign state 'in our old town, a free man. " Practically, the new spirit of youthtown, a free man. " Practically, the new spirit of youth with a vehicle, not only can not stop what today might bewith a vehicle, not only can not stop what today might be called "the river never comes back."called "the river never comes back."
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