The Changeableness of Youth in The Two Noble Kinsmen (II.ii)

In Shakespeares later plays the style is more intimate, conversational and muted. Feelings are volatile and erratic, so the audience is less involved. This new style is associated with Shakespeares co-author in this play, and his successor as playwright to the Kings Men: John Fletcher. U.C.B. Shakespeare Program production.

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