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Everyone knows that Shakespeare enjoyed to have pleasure in violent audience-traumatising and imagery scenes in several of their plays.

Everyone knows that Shakespeare enjoyed to have pleasure in violent audience-traumatising and imagery scenes in several of their plays.

The 3 primary genres he composed had been comedy, love and tragedy — as well as the tragedies surely did not are unsuccessful of physical violence; perhaps the milder plays such as for example Cymbeline, Othello and Julius Caesar still abound in rape, murder, war and committing suicide. But which of their masterpieces, meant for Elizabethan and Jacobean audiences, had been the absolute most shocking?

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Romeo & Juliet (first published 1597)

The tale of Britain’s favourite ‘star-crossed fans’ opens and closes with death. Set in Verona, the play starts because of the executions of a servant through the Montague household and also the other from competing household Capulet because of their road brawl: the play instantly portrays physical physical violence caused by the feud of prejudice that the play revolves around.

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