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Troilus and Cressida (/ˈtrɔɪləs. krɛsɪdə/) is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written in 1602. It was described by Frederick S. Boas as one of Shakespeare's problem plays. The play ends on a very bleak note with the death of the noble Trojan Hector and destruction of the love between Troilus and Cressida. The work has in recent years "stimulated exceptionally lively critical debate".
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According to Oates' interpretation, Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida is indeed one of his most intriguing plays ever written. But by questioning its main themes and giving equal attention to the dark and light elements, the entire play can represent the implicit duality that exists in life. She believed Shakespeare wrote a grand existential statement with "Troilus and Cressida," and that it was a new kind of very contemporary tragedy. The play begins during the Trojan war, near the war's end in the last years of the conflict
Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida. From: The Marlowe Dramatic Society & Professional Players. Count: 21. Views: 2. Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida tracks. Shakespeare: Troilus And Cressida - Act 1, Prologue. Shakespeare: Troilus And Cressida - Act 5, Scene 10. Other albums. Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra. Shakespeare: Coriolanus. Shakespeare: Macbeth. Shakespeare: As You Like It. Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing. Shakespeare homepage Troiles and Cressida Act 3, Scene 2 Previous scene Next scene. Enter PANDARUS and Troilus's Boy, meeting. No, Pandarus: I stalk about her door, Like a strange soul upon the Stygian banks Staying for waftage. O, be thou my Charon, And give me swift transportance to those fields Where I may wallow in the lily-beds Proposed for the deserver! O gentle Pandarus, From Cupid's shoulder pluck his painted wings And fly with me to Cressid! PANDARUS. Walk here i' the orchard, I'll bring her straight.
A complete summary of William Shakespeare’s Play, Troilus and Cressida. Find out more about love amidst the Trojan War and the battles that take place. Trojan prince Troilus falls in love with Cressida, as war rages around them. After vowing to be faithful, Cressida is traded to the Greek camp, where she then agrees to see another man. Troilus witnesses Cressida's unfaithfulness and vows to put more effort into the war. The play ends after further deaths on both sides, and with no resolution in sight. More detail: . minute read.
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Troilus and Cressida" is also remarkable for its wide range of style; because of which it is a play of great interest to the student of Shakespeare, who here adapted his style to the character of the matter in hand. The lighter parts remind us of his earlier manner; the graver are altogether in his later. But the notion that therefore Shakespeare first wrote the Troilus and Cressida part as a play, and then years afterward added the Hector part, and again years afterward the Ajax and Ulysses part, seems to me only a monstrous contrivance of an honest and able man in desperate straits to make his theory square with fact. As to detail upon this subject, I shall only make one point. Tag-rhymes, or rhymed couplets ending a scene or a speech in blank verse or in prose, are regarded by the metre-critics (and within reason justly) as marks of an early date of composition.