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Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb’s "Tales from Shakespeare"

Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb’s "Tales from Shakespeare"
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Sub Topics: William Shakespeare is relocated once again in Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare (1807) in simple words without losing the root interest in it

Key Words: children's literature, William Shakespeare, Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb, common, simple, plays, clear and easy-to-follow style

The romantic wave that swept Europe early in the 19th century also affected children's literature if it were indeed intended for doing so. Primarily these were for the newly educated common mass and the young ones of the upper classes apart for the general intelligentsia. Thus, William Shakespeare is relocated once again in Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare (1807) in simple words without losing the root interest in it. It is very common that a common citizen much suffer reading Shakespeare and that they always read simple summaries before reading the original plays, so it was very thoughtful of Lambs to bring a book that contains the most famous plays of Shakespeare retold in a very clear and easy-to-follow style.
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10 pages
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