Every Text Has Its Use By Date - Macbeth, William Shakespeare
I think the idea of every text having a use by date is incorrect and I will therefore argue against the topic. There are a few things which can help to keep texts from ever having their use by date and as a result proving my argument. For example, texts, such as Macbeth, can always be changed slightly and interpreted differently to make them interesting time and time again, for old and new audiences. Also, just because a text was written a long period of time ago doesn't mean that it still won't be interesting, as the events and themes in it can still be relevant to the current time and…
- Every Text Has Its Use By Date - Macbeth, William Shakespeare
- William Shakespeare
- William Somerset Maugham "The Moon and the Sixpence"
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