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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Article Title

THE POWER OF SHAKESPEARE’S REALISM

Abstract

In this article the main attention is paid to the creation of Shakespeare’s tragedies and their roles in the world literature. In the following there are given information about Shakespeare’s realistic views and their description in his tragedies. In addition, in this article you can know about politeness theory which was used in Shakespeare’s major tragedies. The main periods of play writer’s life and creation of works are also given in the following. While reading we can learn it is obvious from Shakespeare’s works that he is aware of the various fields of his works

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191

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194

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