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Does Shakespeare change his style between Macbeth and Hamlet?
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My answer would be as follows :
I would say that Macbeth and Hamlet deal with the same topic : madness. Personally I think that we cannot assert that these two plays are very different as far as style is concerned. First of all they deal with the same topic. Secondly they represent the rise and fall of a hero i.e. these two important plays follow the aristotelian pattern.
This answer is not complete but I hope it will be helpful.
Posted by farthingale on April 17, 2012 at 8:48 AM (Answer #1)
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