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The Reasons Behind Shakespeare's Influence and Popularity

Writing is the art of literature; Shakespeare considered one of the most influent writers of the English literature because of his abilityto illuminate and express emotions, quantity and quality of great stories, compelling characters, and the ability to turn a phrase in to a master piece.

In fact that one of the major impressionand admiral reasons why Shakespeare is considers an influential writer is because of its ability to express illumination of the Human Experience. Shakespeare's ability to summarize the range of humanemotions in simple still profoundly perhaps the greatest being is historical reason for enduring popularity. If you can not find words to express how you feel about love or music or growing older,Shakespeare can speak for you. No author in the Western world has penned more beloved passages. Shakespeare's work is the reason John Bartlett compiled the first book of familiar quotations major.Great Stories
Marchette Chute, in the Introduction to her retelling of Shakespeare's famous stories, summarizes one of the Reasons for Shakespeare's immeasurable fame:
William Shakespeare Was The MOSTremarkable storyteller the world has ever That known. Told of adventure and Homer men at war, Sophocles and Tolstoy Told of tragedies and of people in trouble. Terence and Mark Twain Told cosmicstories, Dickens Told melodramatic ones, Plutarch Told histories and Hand Christian Andersen fairy tales Told. But every kind of Shakespeare Told story - comedy, tragedy, history, melodrama, adventure, lovestories and fairy tales - and Each of Them so They Have Become Well That immortal. In all the world of storytelling I've Become the greatest name. (Stories from Shakespeare, 11)
Shakespeare'sstories transcend time and culture. Modern storytellers continue to Shakespeare's Customizable to suit our modern such world, Whether it be the tale of Lear on a farm in Iowa, Romeo and Juliet on the mean...