Shakespeare Skewers Lawyers, or Does He?
Ghanthorn on 03/18/2012
|William Shakespeare had a fascination with men and women of all occupations, statuses, and social classes. But he seemed to have a special fondness for writing about, often zinging, lawyers.|
Maybe it was because Shakespeare was disenchanted with the progress of lawsuits in which he and his family had been involved. Maybe it was just because lawyers seemed such good targets. Maybe Shakespeare wanted to comment upon the need for an ordered society.
Whatever the reason, set the Wayback Machine for 400 or so years ago, hit “Start Quiz,” and let the plays begin.
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