Hamlet

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Nick Carroll
Date: June 30, 2009
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As stated before, spectacle merely adds a superficial touch to the play, as the poet himself may or may not have any bearing over its handling. A good example of the use of the guidelines of Aristotle in more recent times is manifested in the writings of William Shakespeare...
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The tragedies of Shakespeare are always well thought out, and contain skillfully crafted plots. Each tragedy contains a tragic hero. Some of his more famous tragic heroes include Othello, Hamlet, and Lear. Shakespeare was also a master of the English language and skillfully worded his poetry in iambic form, the form suggested by Aristotle himself...
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