The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.2338 Friday, 15 December 2000
From: Ronald Dwelle <
Date: Wednesday, 13 Dec 2000 13:52:38 -0500
Subject: Historical Information
>From a Shakespeare final exam:
"One of the many important things Shakespeare puts into his plays is
theme. They are generally repetitive throughout different performances.
This is due to the fact that people as a society were not around during
the Shakespearean Era, therefore, no individual can be sure what his
thinking methods were. This leaves more room for interpretation."