Theatre: William Shakespear

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History

 

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Sandra W

 

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February 5, 2014

 

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University

 

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The real issue that remains is not so much whether Nature is comprehensible, as whether it is morally indifferent or inherently Tragic in much the way that Shakespeare suggests, and whether Wieland, like Othello, was tragically heroic, or merely a fool who rested his faith in the fiction of something higher than nature...
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Brown's i text addresses this question by artfully evoking the cosmology of Shakespeare's play, as I hope to show; but at the same time it ! pushes the nihilistic implications further than Shakespeare dared to do, by effectively undercutting some of Shakespeare's most basic, and most comforting, Christian assumptions about the ontology in which these events occur...
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