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Essay heading: The Forest in Shakespeare's Plays
 
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Issue: Shakespeare
Written by: Aparna Basu
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Throughout the ages, Nature has been a creative and stimulating influence on poets and dramatists. From Beowulf to Chaucer, from Spenser to Wordsworth, elements of Nature have always heightened life perceptions that have been dramatized or portrayed in English literature. Shakespeare’s own use of Nature images leads on to different natural variants of the forest such as the garden, island and park and they, along with forest, have been used to highlight the traditional contrast between town and country life...
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From Beowulf to Chaucer, from Spenser to Wordsworth, elements of Nature have always heightened life perceptions that have been dramatized or portrayed in English literature. Shakespeare’s own use of Nature images leads on to different natural variants of the forest such as the garden, island and park and they, along with forest, have been used to highlight the traditional contrast between town and country life...
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