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Almost every human utterance with the change of fashion and the elapse of time loses its appeal Shakespeares doesnt Mainly because Sh devoted himself to man in all his more inevitable relations and qualities that is to you and me in all our more inevitable relations and qualities He speaks to the most spread habits of people which wont change even in a few centuries Therefore lots of people are affected by his works Sh was the perfect dramatist since he had the power to enter understandingly into every human heart but he never did so dogmatically He steadily refuses to put men into pigeon-holes He refuses to weaken human life which he and his contemporaries regarded as of endless variety In their depictions they did not use the strait-jacket of consistent character into which writers of fiction clamp mankind All of Shs developed characters are puzzles and it is the integration of divergent characteristics within them that makes them similar man and act in human ways like you and me Play-wagons of groups of itinerant players were a familiar sight in medieval England The performances were usually given in Inn-yards Inns were public houses with great courtyards On the right hand side there are two play-wagons pushed together making one continuous stage long enough for the players to move freely At one end of each wagons there is a scaffold having two storeys and a flat roof The upper storey is the upper stage for action above at the window or on the walls The lower storey is for action within eg in a room a hall a house In London The Bell The Bull and other inns all within the city were used for play-acting The performances were so popular and attracted such crowds of people that disorder often broke out among the spectators For this reason James Burbage a carpenter who had become a professional
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