What are two memorable characters created by Shakespeare?

The 10 best Shakespeare characters

  • Viola: Twelfth Night.
  • Beatrice: Much Ado About Nothing.
  • The Nurse: Romeo and Juliet.
  • Lady Macbeth: Macbeth.
  • Titania/Hippolyta: A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
  • Falstaff: Henry IV, Parts I and II, The Merry Wives of Windsor.
  • Iago: Othello.
  • Prospero: The Tempest.

In which play of Shakespeare would you find the character called Julia?

Montague is Romeo’s father, an enemy of Capulet, in Romeo and Juliet. Lady Montague is Romeo’s mother in Romeo and Juliet. See also Romeo and Benvolio.

How many Shakespearean characters are there?

1,223 characters found Sort by number of speeches

# Character Plays (click titles to view speeches)
96 Baptista Minola Taming of the Shrew
97 Bardolph Henry IV, Part II Henry V
98 Bardolph Merry Wives of Windsor
99 Barnardine Measure for Measure

Who is the smartest Shakespeare character?

Lear’s Fool.

Why is Juliet important in the play?

Juliet is the romantic heroine in the play. She is the female lead and presents a challenging character. Though she seems demure and innocent, she is fiercely independent and knows her own mind and feelings.

How is Juliet immature?

Juliet is shown to be immature in a opening scene where her father tells the bride-seeking Paris his daughter is not old and grown-up enough to marry. “My child is yet a stranger in the world, she hath not seen the charge of fourteen years. . .” (Lines 8-9, Scene 2, Act 1).

How do you say my in Shakespearean?

My, mine; thy, thine; difference between. Mine, my. Thine, thy. The two forms, which are interchangeable in E. E. both before vowels and consonants, are both used by Shakespeare with little distinction before vowels.

What are 5 facts known about Shakespeare?

Facts About Shakespeare’s Life

  • Shakespeare’s father made gloves for a living.
  • Shakespeare was born 23rd April 1564.
  • Shakespeare had seven siblings.
  • Shakespeare married an older, pregnant lady at 18.
  • Shakespeare had three children.
  • Shakespeare moved to London as a young man.
  • Shakespeare was an actor, as well as a writer.

What is Shakespeare’s least successful comedy?

Troilus and Cressida – Shakespeare’s least successful play.

What is the easiest Shakespeare play?

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Probably the most performed, and generally acknowledged as the most accessible Shakespeare play, it’s the perfect example of his comedy, in both senses of the word.

Who is Shakespeare’s most memorable character?

Hamlet is widely considered as William Shakespeare’s best play. It is also his most memorable character.