Why Do We Study Shakespeare? In a speech, tell your class the value of studying Shakespearean comedy.
"Looming over everything, of course, heart of the city, is the great Castle Shakespeare. You see it wherever you look. It rears its head into the clouds, reaching into the celestial sky, dominating everything around."
These were some of the opening words of Fay Welden in her novel, "Letters to Alice". There are many reasons for Shakespeare's fame, including his profoundness, lifelike characters, historical value and uniquely beautiful language.
On the surface, the comedies may appear to be simply a source of entertainment, but a closer examination shows that they all have underlying mean…
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- Why Do We Study Shakespeare? In a speech, tell your class the value of studying Shakespearean comedy.
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