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Seneca to Shakespeare examines the English playwright's earliest influence in his tragic compositions. Seneca's effects on Shakespeare can be seen in his themes, psychology of characters, and even in his rich rhetoric. Seneca's early Roman plays launch the art of tragedy in the Elizabethan era.
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Wiley, David, "Seneca to Shakespeare: Tracking the Influence of Tragedy" (2011). Senior Projects Spring 2011. 252.
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