SHAKESPEARE CONTEMPORARY THEATER

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William Shakespeare’s Effect on Contemporary Theater William Shakespeare and all of his works greatly contributed to contemporary theater in many ways. His understanding of other people allowed him to fully grasp the quality he wrote of. The works of Shakespeare contain a strong and constant truth, touching emotional and supernatural aspects of life. These realities make Shakespeare’s works vital, even on toady’s learning institutions and theatrical realms, accounting for his enormous success. …

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…the interest of the reader, making him universal. In Shakespear's own day and time, no one ever imagined what a huge success his works would become. No writer since William Shakespeare has ever been as well known. No other writer has evoked so many emendations, speculations, and commentaries than Shakespeare. William Shakespeare was indeed an Elizabethan who took advantage of his time and talents, in turn changing today’s time and talents of contemporary theater.