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International Journal of Literacy and Education

2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part B

The dramatis persona lies within Shakespearean era


Author(s): Dr. Digvijay Singh

Abstract: "Dramatis personae" is a term used in the context of drama, referring to the list of characters in a play. It is not specific to the Shakespearean era, but rather a standard element of any play. That being said, if you are asking whether Shakespearean plays have specific characters in their dramatis personae, then the answer is yes. Shakespeare wrote a wide range of plays featuring a diverse array of characters, from kings and queens to commoners, fools, and even ghosts. Some of his most famous characters include Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, Lady Macbeth, and King Lear, among many others. Each play has its own unique cast of characters, and studying the dramatis personae is an important part of understanding and analyzing a Shakespearean play.

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Dr. Digvijay Singh. The dramatis persona lies within Shakespearean era. Int J Literacy Educ 2023;3(1):104-108.
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