Comparative Analysis of the Concept of Shakespearean Tragedies

Muhammad Aslam Sipra, Muhammad Haseeb Nasir

Abstract


In this article, the analysis of Shakespearean tragedies is presented. It reveals that Shakespeare’s plays are full of
conflicting thoughts, and expression is so convincing that it is not possible to plan a system of philosophy out of them.
Each character, from the king to the clown, from the most highly intellectual to the simpleton, judges life from his own
point of view and says something that is so deep and appropriate at the playwright’s versatility of genius. So is the case
with the conception of tragedy.


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