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His work affects everyone and inspires them to do many good things in life. For example, in the play As You Like It Shakespeare implied, “A fool thinks himself to be wise, a wise man knows himself to be a fool” (As You Like It V.1.30). William Shakespeare’s plays are highly popular and are frequently studied. Shakespeare’s play makes his plays so real that he changed the face of drama forever. William Shakespeare has become an important landmark in English history and impacted the world of history.
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The most believed reason that Shakespeare altered history was because he wanted to cater to the desires of the current monarch, King James the First, who was a descendant of Banquo, one of the main characters of the story. The first known inaccuracy made was in reference to Macdonwald. Mcdonwald was a rebel and an enemy of Macbeth and the Scottish kingdom. In the play, Macbeth kills him heroically in battle. Author Amanda Mabillard writes that "Macbeth is introduced as a valiant gentleman, and, as in Shakespeare’s play, Macbeth is sent by King Duncan to crush the rebellion led by Mackdonwald ... to ensure Macbeth is viewed early in the play as extraordinarily courageous."
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