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4. Is Shakespeare still relevant today! Pro - his work entertains/inspires some people - timeless/relevant themes (love, family, relationships/conflicts, death,...) - part of history (representative of Elizabethan age) - important traditional literature Con outdated picture of society/women - hard to understand (even for native speakers) = people don't get the message of his plays/sonnets - most student think it's boring and not relevant for their knowledge makes students hate him/the topic which is not the way he should be honored = - very old-fashioned, more relevant, current topics should be discussed in class Is Shakespeare still relevant today? Einleitung The question whether Shakespeare is still relevant today has to be considered from different perspectives since Shakespeare plays an essential role in British history and literature. Basic Basically, one might point out that Shakespeare belongs to the Elizabethan age and idea of coined this time. Moreover, Shakespeare is a writer, nearly everybody all around the Shakespeare world has heard about and hence is still alive through his plays or sonnets. Argumente A To begin with, people still know him because the themes Shakespeare's plays contain like love, hate, jealousy, greed or death have stayed modern until today. This fact was not only proved by the great cinematic success of the modern versions of "Romeo and Juliette" or "Much ado about nothing", but also by other numerous successful movies dealing with those topics. Furthermore, Shakespeare's themes also appear in daily...

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life and many of his quotes like "All's well that end well” or “All that glitters is not gold” have gone into general usage. This fact once again shows how much Shakespeare is still relevant today, even if a large number of people does not relate these quotes to Shakespeare. However, once students start dealing with the English language and culture, they will definitely come across Shakespeare and will learn about him since he played an essential role in Britain. Nevertheless, one should not forget how long ago Shakespeare wrote his plays and sonnets. Since that time the English language has experienced tremendous changes and therefore the Shakespearean language is hard to understand for students today. As a result, students - although if their mother tongue is English - are not able to understand Shakespeare's works and the riches they offer since they do not get the deep meaning due to the old-fashioned language. This is the reason why a lot of people think students should only be confronted with Shakespeare's works when they are mature enough to understand his language with all its riches. Otherwise 6 students often build up an aversion towards Shakespeare and do not honor him in the way a national hero deserved to be honored. As a conclusion one may stress that Shakespeare was a special literature giant whose works should be presented in modern versions to the broad audience in order to make them understandable since otherwise only those who are open to understand the original Shakespearean language are able to honor him in an appropriate way.

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 4. Is Shakespeare still relevant today!
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4. Is Shakespeare still relevant today! Pro - his work entertains/inspires some people - timeless/relevant themes (love, family, relationships/conflicts, death,...) - part of history (representative of Elizabethan age) - important traditional literature Con outdated picture of society/women - hard to understand (even for native speakers) = people don't get the message of his plays/sonnets - most student think it's boring and not relevant for their knowledge makes students hate him/the topic which is not the way he should be honored = - very old-fashioned, more relevant, current topics should be discussed in class Is Shakespeare still relevant today? Einleitung The question whether Shakespeare is still relevant today has to be considered from different perspectives since Shakespeare plays an essential role in British history and literature. Basic Basically, one might point out that Shakespeare belongs to the Elizabethan age and idea of coined this time. Moreover, Shakespeare is a writer, nearly everybody all around the Shakespeare world has heard about and hence is still alive through his plays or sonnets. Argumente A To begin with, people still know him because the themes Shakespeare's plays contain like love, hate, jealousy, greed or death have stayed modern until today. This fact was not only proved by the great cinematic success of the modern versions of "Romeo and Juliette" or "Much ado about nothing", but also by other numerous successful movies dealing with those topics. Furthermore, Shakespeare's themes also appear in daily...

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life and many of his quotes like "All's well that end well” or “All that glitters is not gold” have gone into general usage. This fact once again shows how much Shakespeare is still relevant today, even if a large number of people does not relate these quotes to Shakespeare. However, once students start dealing with the English language and culture, they will definitely come across Shakespeare and will learn about him since he played an essential role in Britain. Nevertheless, one should not forget how long ago Shakespeare wrote his plays and sonnets. Since that time the English language has experienced tremendous changes and therefore the Shakespearean language is hard to understand for students today. As a result, students - although if their mother tongue is English - are not able to understand Shakespeare's works and the riches they offer since they do not get the deep meaning due to the old-fashioned language. This is the reason why a lot of people think students should only be confronted with Shakespeare's works when they are mature enough to understand his language with all its riches. Otherwise 6 students often build up an aversion towards Shakespeare and do not honor him in the way a national hero deserved to be honored. As a conclusion one may stress that Shakespeare was a special literature giant whose works should be presented in modern versions to the broad audience in order to make them understandable since otherwise only those who are open to understand the original Shakespearean language are able to honor him in an appropriate way.