They would draw from him when writing a speech or settling a debate. Shakespeare inspired many people, like artists, poets, musicians, ballets, operas, and many, many more. The famous Lin-Manuel Miranda pays homage to Shakespeare in his 11 Tony award winning musical “Hamilton.” He references Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” speaking of Birnam Wood and Dunsinane. Shakespeare inspired people now and was inspired by people during and before the Renaissance.
There are many similarities and differences between some of literature’s most famous works. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare can be compared to Harper Lee’s, To Kill a Mockingbird. Both works are very well-known to most. There are obvious relationships between the two. Despite an obvious difference, that one is a play and one is a novel, they can be compared with their plot, literary devices and subjects.
In recent years, Shakespeare has been parodied in television shows and films more than almost anything else. Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines parodies as “a literary or musical work in which that style of an author or work is closely imitated for comic effect or in ridicule” or “a feeble or ridiculous imitation”(Merriam-Webster). One of the most notable parodies of Shakespeare is The Lion King; because the famous child film has some outstanding parallels to Hamlet it has drawn a considerable amount of attention.
The poet, Shakespeare has included many literary devices in his play "Romeo and Juliet" , this is done to provoke meaning to the reader. Many different authors include literary devices to add an effect to the soliloquy . Therefore, the play, "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare has literary devices that impact the reader
But Ginsberg made a more impacted some songwriter or singer. Because of the singer-songwriter, the whole world will have an impact on Ginsberg poems or ideas. Thirdly, Ginsberg had some major impact on society. The first one was when he influenced more writers "Allen Ginsberg developed one of our time's most important poetic voices through inventive mix of poetic and thematic explorations, and a rather large supply of literary magic.
There are many people who have a strong ego. Egotism is when someone thinks excessively about themself. The characters that Shakespeare gave strong egos to helped shape the story, by giving it depth. In the book “Twelfth Night”, Shakespeare presents a few characters with a strong ego. Egotism can have many forms and are shown through people in a very full of themselves kind of way.
“Brutality of Love” through Figurative Language Figurative language is often used in many pieces of writing. The use of figurative language adds color, along with other numerous elements to the writing. Even themes can be advanced through the use of figurative language. Of course, this is not something unheard of, as Shakespeare himself used figurative language to advance certain themes in his writing, “Romeo and Juliet” -- a writing which dates back to the late 1500’s. Within the play/writing, “Romeo and Juliet”, the theme: “brutality of love” is quite evident through the use of figurative language types: personification, simile, and metaphor, as they are used to advance the theme.
Figurative language helps add dimension to writing. Authors incorporate oxymorons, and juxtapositions into their writings when indirectly characterizing. When reading sentences with figurative language in them, it makes it feel like the characters are real life people. William Shakespeare’s characters in Romeo and Juliet are more interesting because they have more real life dialogue filled with figurative language. William Shakespeare makes his characters complex by incorporating oxymorons and juxtapositions.
Brain Fart Feat. Hamlet (Themes From Three Different Soliloquy) The play Hamlet is one messed up theatrical journey. In Shakespeare 's Genius by Gail Paster, “Shakespeare played a huge role in expanding the expressive capacity of the language, especially in the verbal representation of thinking and subjectivity.”
' The Glass Menagerie made its way to the top of the literary world as many critics gave the play an incredible review. The play was deemed, "The Memory Play," as it was depicted through of series of flash backs from the perspective of the main character, Tom Wingfield. The play is narrated by Tom, who also plays himself. By playing both parts, the memories he relives are shown the way he remembers, not in an objective manner.
Molière changed acting from what it had previously been by adding what many call “naturalness.” Prior to Molière many theatres focused on reusing characters and ideas, but Molière added individuality to every character he played and created, as well as adding amore show specific prop and scene elements. While in modern times we have greatly adapted our acting methods in recent years, the way that Molière changed theatre can still be seen today. In modern times shows have become so individualized that the same show can be completely different depending on those who bring it to life. This adds a great deal of diversity and allows people to tell stories the way they see them rather than just repeating what others have done before, and while this is not exclusively due to Molière, his impact is anything but a small
A counterclaim that is encountered with this subject may be describing how Shakespeare 's work is outdated and how the stories were just stories. These points are not important to the argument because they are not valid against the claims of how Shakespeare can give the present day a view of the past, and how he still affects many people today. In conclusion, I believe that reading Shakespeare today should still be allowed in education. Shakespeare permits the present day to perceive life from the past, his work still affects people and peoples opinions today, and his work is a strong basis of what other literate professionals reference