Coming back to the fact that Shakespeare wrote for his audience, I would like to finish mentioning a sentence that Shakespeare puts in Puck’s mouth at the end of the play which says, “If we shadows have offended, think but this and all is mended, that you have but slumbered here while these visions did appear.” He writes for his audience, and so he tells them with these words that although the play makes a great use of the supernatural, we have to remember that it’s just a dream, a fantasy written for the amusement and enjoyment of his spectators.

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  1. Jessica Roch Said,

    novembre 23, 2010 @ 0:07 am

    Your paper is quite interesting and useful. In my opinion you have done a very good job developing it. The structure is very clear and the links you have provided are really useful too. Well done!

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