EL MERCADER DE VENECIA ; COMO GUSTEIS WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

March 24, 2019

El Mercader De Venecia ; Como Gusteis por  WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

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Autor: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

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The merchant of Venice and As you like belong to the group of so-called "romantic comedies" by William Shakespeare. In them, with love as the main engine of the action, the protagonists reach the happy solution in an alternative world of fantasy Belmont, in The Merchant of Venice and the forest of Arden in As you like, not without before having had to face obstacles Materials and humans, the latter personified in anti-evil beings and evil Shylock and Jaime. But the variety of tones of these comedies does not allow to be enclosed in a single dramatic formula. The translator and preparer of this edition, Angel Luis Pujante, warns us in his Introduction against any simplistic reading of these works, revealing the ironies, ambiguities and subtleties of The Merchant of Venice, as well as the unconventional character of How You Like It, in which , Through an excellent literary exercise, Shakespeare expresses with great wisdom the theatricality of the life. The merchant of Venice and As you like to the group of so-called "romantic comedies" by William Shakespeare. In them, with love as the main engine of the action, the protagonists reach the happy solution in an alternative world of fantasy Belmont, in the Merchant of Venice and the forest of Arden in As you like, without without having to face obstacles Materials and humans, the latter personified in anti-evil beings and evil Shylock and Jaime. But the variety of tones of these comedies does not allow to be enclosed in a single play formula. The translator and preparer of this edition, Angel Luis Pujante, warns us in his Introduction against any simplistic reading of these works, revealing the ironies, ambiguities and subtleties of The Merchant of Venice, as well as the unconventional character of How You Like It, In which, Through an excellent literary exercise, Shakespeare expresses with great wisdom the theatricality of life.