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Shakespearen Women

Summary: Describes Shakespeare's depiction of women in Much Ado About Nothing and MacBeth. Describes how Shakespeare tells us many things about the roles of women in the lives of the common people of the Elizabethan time.
Many women have different characteristics than other women that the public sees as the same social class and rank in life. If you look into the common public, people can see that women, although individualistic in their many ways, can enjoy each others company throughout their daily lives. When a reader read past and present books, the common public can see that many authors use this known fact to benefit themselves when they write their books. Shakespeare uses the women in his books to convey women's roles in life, and the women that he writes about in his books convey certain aspects that are similar and different from each other.

Shakespeare tells us many things about the roles of women in the lives of the common people of the Elizabethan time. He describes the women to the actors and the audience many different times throughout Macbeth and Much...

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