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    Shakespeare's Timelessness

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    This posting argues why Shakespeare's plays have the appeal that they do. It also offers a description of the way the natural world is represented in a Shakespeare plays.

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    Please allow some of my notes to guide you:

    First, Shakespeare's plays have the appeal that they do for various reasons. Shakespeare's works are both timeless and universal; their appeals are so widespread. To illustrate, you might note that Shakespeare's strength of language exemplifies his timelessness. He uses similes, metaphors, rhyme, allusion, repetition, and other devices in all his works. Using Romeo and Juliet for discussion, please note how he also uses nature imagery to convey his plot, characters, setting, and conflict.

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    This posting explores reasons why Shakespeare's plays are so timeless.