The Importance Of William Shakespeare
When William Shakespeare began, the theater was a very different world. At the time, most theatrical performances were reserved for the wealthy. Many of these plays also only appealed to the upper crust of society. The theater was not for every …show more content…
It is, in contempt of question, her hand.
On paper, a letter seems to be missing a letter to truly come off as obscene. Fortunately, Shakespeare’s plays were often performed and lines must be spoken aloud. If one were to say the word ‘and’ aloud, it would most likely sound like the missing letter to complete this elegant display of vulgarity. Shakespeare was brilliant when it came to his crudeness. Without his subtle introduction of language the Puritans would literally kill people for, all of modern comedy would not exist. There would not be a George Carlin, a Chris Rock, or even a Robin Williams, without William