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Marchette Chute, in the Introduction to her famous retelling of Shakespeare's stories, summarizes one of the reasons for Shakespeare's immeasurable fame: William Shakespeare was the most remarkable storyteller that the world has ever known. Homer told of adventure and men at war, Sophocles and Tolstoy told of tragedies and of people in trouble.

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Why Is Shakespeare so Important Today? William Shakespeare's work has shaped English literature, language and thought for over 400 years. Scholar Alan Craven names him the "greatest dramatist, the greatest poet and the greatest prose writer" in the English language.

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One easy way to asses any writers or painters importance is to look at the influence they had on other artists. The greater the impact the more important the artist. After Picasso, painting was never the same. Shakespeare had a profound understanding of us human beings: How and what we think, what we feel, how and why we act.

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Why Do We Still Care About Shakespeare? By Cindy Tumiel. F our hundred years have passed since William Shakespeare penned his last play. Yet his prose, plots and characters are as alive today as they were when the plays were originally staged during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.

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Why was William Shakespeare important in the renaisance? Shakespeare wrote more than thirty plays, ten or twelve of whichmay be considered among the best in the history of the theater.They have ...

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Why Shakespeare is Important? In a world where the quality of the art form called "writing" is so often said to be rapidly diminishing, it is important for scholars of English literature to retain some studies of the true classics, such as Shakespeare.

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It was important because the play would be performed to the King and it was one of the first of Shakespeare's plays, which was viewed by the King. The play is also incredibly important today, as it represents Shakespeare's skill in Characterization. He is able to portray the change in Macbeth's attitude and personality.

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Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford,another candidate for the authorship of Shakespeare's plays [Public Domain], via Wikipedia CommonsSo here's a quick break-down of the reasons often proffered as to why William Shakespeare of Stratford couldn't have written all those wonderful plays, and how those reasons can be rebutted: 1.

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Six reasons Shakespeare remains relevant 400 years after his death ... “the evidence that William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon wrote the works of William Shakespeare is abundant and wide ...

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The Importance of Shakespeare. In a world where the quality of the art form called "writing" is so often said to be rapidly diminishing, it is important for scholars of English literature to retain some studies of the true classics, such as Shakespeare.