All's Well

All's Well - The Complexity of the Themes and The Cycle of...

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The Complexity of the Themes and The Cycle of Life in Shakespeare's ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL E110- Play Review Due: May-12th-2006
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Shakespeare's All's Well is a tragic-comedy which conveys themes of love , birth, sickness and death. The themes' presentation in the play is supported by the characters' words and actions, and most importantly the setup, which magnifies the relevance of each theme. Every theatre performance of All's Well must create three worlds, these worlds are The Rossillion- a place of regeneration through birth and death, Paris- a formal court, and Florence, a land troubled by war; each of these worlds with their indivisual characteristics contribute to delivering the themes to the audience along with the characters' actions and responses. Shakespeare incorporates the complex themes in All's Well to show a cycle of life through birth, sickness , and death and bounds each of the theme with the theme of love . Many of Shakespeare's works involve the cycle of life, "the passage of youth
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