Merchant of Venice Foreword Summary

Merchant of Venice - Liang 1 Victor Liang Mr Perlman English 10H Period 4 May 6 2009 The Merchant of Venice Foreword Summary Shakespeare wrote all

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Liang 1 Victor Liang Mr. Perlman English 10H, Period 4 May 6, 2009 “The Merchant of Venice” Foreword Summary Shakespeare wrote all of his plays with quills that he constantly sharpened. Everytime he thought up of another brilliant idea, Shakespeare had to remember what those ideas were and recall them when he was equipped to write. Nevertheless, Shakespeare astounded his readers with his exceptional plays. Shakespeare wrote his plays for The King's Men, a group of actors, to perform live. Reading Shakespeare's plays is much harder than performing them or reading them aloud, since readers may find the language difficult to understand. The best way to enjoy Shakespeare's plays is to perform them. Joseph Papp was always interested in the spoken language. He grew up learning the rhythm of words. From a young age, Papp was fond of reciting speeches and poems. He memorized speeches out of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar . Papp thinks that if a reader reads aloud one of Shakespeare's plays, they will understand that play better. Readers of Shakespeare's plays should see plays be performed live. In these performances,
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Merchant of Venice - Liang 1 Victor Liang Mr Perlman English 10H Period 4 May 6 2009 The Merchant of Venice Foreword Summary Shakespeare wrote all

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