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Tue Sorensen

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I am an authority on the complete works of Shakespeare, and can answer any questions relating to his plays, poetry and life. I specialize in interpretation, double-meanings and translation into modern language.

Experience in the area

I was a top-rated Allexperts expert on this same subject several years ago.

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Former member of the Danish Shakespeare Society, as well as an active participant in the scholarly SHAKSPER mailing list.

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Three years of studying English literature at the University of Aarhus, Denmark


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Recent Answers from Tue Sorensen

2016-09-30 Hamlet:

Hello Stephanie,    You can only really do a perfect analysis if you have a very high level of knowledge. One of the crucial bits of knowledge is that the idea of "purgatory" was done away with in Protestantism

2016-04-22 Meaning of a Shakespearean phrase:

Hello Aly,    This exact phrase does not actually occur in "Romeo and Juliet". It is a phrase that refers to some idea of destiny, and destiny isn't a real thing (although of course some people may choose

2016-04-15 Meters used in Shakespeare's plays:

Hello Pree,    Thanks for your question. Blank verse in Shakespeare is written in iambic pentameter, and here is an excellent explanation of how it works: https://versemeter.wordpress.com/2015/10/11/iambic-pentameter-the-principles-of-metrical-variation-part-1-feminine-endings-simple-variations/

2016-02-13 dark lady sonnets:

Hello,    First off, I must recommend that you go to a library and seek out some books about the sonnets. Any good book on the subject will tell you far more than I can do in a reply such as this.    The

2015-11-02 Interpreting song lyrics:

Hello Chey,    Wikipedia has an answer for you (at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beds_Are_Burning):  "Beds Are Burning" is a protest song about giving native Australian lands back to the Pintupi, who were

 

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