This classic tragedy is the perfect execution of dramatic irony and poetry. The rhyming couplets are very much indicative of Shakespearean writing, and their use in this play resonated like proverbial sayings. I also enjoyed the use of pathetic fallacy, such as when a beastly storm ravaged the seas of Cyprus, as though foreshadowing the tempestuous events that would follow… Read the full review here!

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