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What does 'entrances and exits' mean in the seven ages of man speech?

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"They have their entrances and their exits". When actors come onto the stage so the audience can see them, it is called an entrance; when they leave the stage it is an exit. (We use the same words to describe a way in and a way out as well). Jaques is comparing the life of a person to a performance by an actor ("All the men and women merely players"), and as an actor has an entrance onto the stage, so people have an entrance into their lives: they are born. Just as an actor has an exit, so do people: they die.
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