What modern stories that anyone can think of both real-life and fictional have plots that could be turned into great plays by Shakespeare if he were alive today and explain your choices?
Without a doubt, the arresting and puzzlilng saga of the Grand Duchess Anastasia wpuld be at the top[ of the list of a modern Bard. Shakespeare was well aware of royal and noble power struggles-e.g. Macbeth, It would be interesting to see how he would handle Dame Stasia, please don"t make her an English Girl?
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What is the name of a modern day female political leader that you think has had a great influence in making and changing laws explain your choice?
Golda Meir [Golda Myerson] , former Prime Minister of Israel [the fourth] from 1969 to 1974 she died in 1978.. Angela Dorothea Kasner - Merkel , Chancellor of Germany… since November 2005.. Margaret Roberts - Thatche r, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from May 1979 to November 1990.. Benazeer Bhutto , former Prime Minister of Pakistan [1988-1990 and 1993-1996] died December 2007.. Indira Nehru - Gandhi, Prime Minister of India [1966-1977 and 1980-1984] died in October 1984
Witches tell Macbeth he will be king Macbeth kills king Kings son mades sneak attack Macbeth dies
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i havent read this i quite a while, but from how i see it, this is about two boys, one being Gary soto as a young boy, are talking about their futures. they just need to reali…ze that even though the world puts so much foucs on appearance, they can sitll succeed in life because whats on the inside is all that really matters. they just need to have confidence, values, and determination. i could not really figure the plot out myself, so i cant really help you with that, sorry. :D
The IMdb lists 783 movies and TV productions based in some way on Shakespeare's writing, 12 in 2009. There is a Shakespeare play playing somewhere in the world at any given ti…me. Numerous acting companies devote themselves exclusively to the works of Shakespeare. Shakespeare continues to be more significant than any other single playwright in the world because he is more frequently acted, not only in the original but also in translations and adaptations. Why? Because he is genuinely better than other playwrights. Actors find his plays challenging; audiences find them moving and funny.
Many of the concepts for Shakespeare's plays were original. However, some concepts come from earlier myths. The basic idea of Romeo and Juliet is very similar to the Greek sto…ry of Pyramus and Thisbe.
He'd probably be in an old folks home because he'd be 446 years old.
Actually he gives less away than you might think. You could figure out that Romeo and Juliet were lovers that were going to die from the title of the play: it's about Romeo an…d Juliet and it's a tragedy. The idea that it's "fair Verona" and that they come from feuding families is background information. The only real giveaway is that the deaths of the children will resolve the feud of the fathers. Why did Shakespeare give this outline? Why do theatre programs contain an outline of the plot? Why do English teachers make you read the play before you watch it? Sometimes knowing what's coming helps you to understand it better.
If Shakespeare were alive today would he argue that evil doers are primarily infulenced by genetics upbringing or their own free choice?
If he were to be alive today he would argue that evildoers are primarily influenced by their own free choice. Taking a took at Macbeth Act IV, the tragic hero chose to do evil… things because (this is where the other factors of evil is influenced by) of his strong ambition. He wanted to become king and he wanted to have power, with his persistent wife he manages to kill. And that lead him to show his state of mind wanting to kill some more. But then of course you can also point to Richard III who is a horrible murdering monster because he is born deformed both in body and in mind. Based on this play, you might assume that Shakespeare would argue that genetics are the key factor. Or alternatively you could look at his play Coriolanus where Coriolanus's character, which is the ultimate source of his downfall, is primarily due to his upbringing by his domineering mother. So on the basis of Coriolanus, upbringing is what evil doers are primarily influenced by. In other words, it is hopeless trying to guess what Shakespeare really thought about anything on the basis of what happens in his plays. That is why we have no clue about Shakespeare's personal opinions.
It depends on the book, movie ect. itself. In each category there tend to be a lot of cliches. What may be considered a cliche in one fandom isn't necessarily cliche in anothe…r. The best method to write a good fanfiction is to come up with something on your own.
Nonfiction typically does not have a plot as such. Think of a textbook when you think of nonfiction. There is an overall logical connection for the information, and it flows i…n order so that you understand it, but there's not a "story" usually.
Did Haymitch Abernathy think all along that he could keep them both alive by stressing the love story in the hunger games?
Well, at first he really didnt care about the tributes. Then, getting to know them better he knew they had a shot at winning. So, in the hope of keeping both of them alive he …told the couple to pretend to love eachother, hoping the plan would work. After the first book, a relationship develops between the 3 victors although not clearly shown.
In Literary Terminology
A plot in a fiction story are all the events that make up the story. A very complicated plot is called an imbroglio. A complicated plot would usually be a large book, as a sma…ller plot would be a smaller book! So in the long run, a plot is just the whole story, but most of the plot will usually be in the middle. The beginning of the book like the setting and characters aren't really apart of the plot but big things like the problem and how it's solved are! It's a hard concept to explain, but that's a plot!
In William Shakespeare
Nowhere near. He was well-known in the London theatre crowd during his lifetime, but now he is known to everyone all over the world. Nobody was that famous back then.
In William Shakespeare
Yes. The world continues to be populated with human beings, just as it was in Shakespeare's day.
No, they can not make a robot that is alive, you can make a robot function or have movements by adding program to the machine. Robot is a functional program by humans.robot do…es not have ability to think for what is wright and wrong.
In Books and Literature
yes... you can have a talking animal that talks about something real... talking animal= fiction... something real= nonfiction