The transformation of Hamlet into Rosencrantz and Guilden are Dead and themes that were explored by both plays.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead is a play written in 1967 by Tom Stoppard. He took two minor characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet and transformed them into the main characters of his play to explore the concept of fate, social corruption and verisimilitude in a modern fashion. This latter play, written almost three hundred years later, has changed the way the two characters in the original text have been viewed forever.
While Shakespeare uses a style marked by soliloquies, metaphoric and catachresis to explore themes that are universal and timeless, Stoppard uses a style marked by Ab…
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