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Shakespeare A Common Knowledge in Society Almost anywhere that you go in America or even the world the people have heard of William Shakespeare His name is probably one of the most common ones in our society today and has been since his time But has anyone ever raised the question why Why do we as a society read William Shakespeares plays The answer is a simple one and that is to have a common knowledge in our societies So many diverse groups of people can be brought together with Shakespeares plays for discussions arguments and more The timeless ideas that are put into his plays are something that everyone can relate to which in the big picture could bring all societies together If a person is walking down the street talking with his or her friend about love and they mention the play Romeo and Juliet and someone walking nearby hears them they will understand what they are talking about This is called common knowledge Because Shakespeare put so many ideas that are part of everyday life even in this day in age people can always relate to them Love hate foolishness jealousy and anger are just some of the countless ideas that were put into his plays Despite what the situation in Kosovo is or which team is winning in the Stanley Cup finals there will always be these ideas in the world Anyone can relate to the ideas in Shakespeares plays that is what makes them so great No matter how advanced the world becomes or no matter what kind of wars we fight these feelings will always be there Love is in everyday life if not intimate than parental Hate such as the war going on right now is in everyday life People have always be entertained by these ideas and feelings but at the same time they become closer to each other and more open
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