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Difference between Shakespeare’s Romantic Comedy and Comedy of Manner

Difference between Shakespeare’s Romantic Comedy and Comed
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Sub Topics: The essence of a Romantic comedy especially in Shakespeare

Key Words: Romantic comedy Shakespearean Viola and Olivia, Hermia and Lysander, Rosalind and Orlando, love, comedy of manners, intrigue

The essence of a Romantic comedy especially the Shakespearean kind lies primarily in the explorations of the depths of the lover’s hearts, their emotions, their feelings, their joyous outbursts and their momentary agonies. The way Shakespeare sounded the depths of passion in Viola and Olivia, in Hermia and Lysander, in Rosalind and Orlando, shows that the purpose of the Romantic Comedies is to explore in depth love, a deep attribute of the heart, as a value guiding human lives.
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