Screenwriters : writers whos works are over analysed?

writers whos works are over analysed?

Shakespeare. i don't think the guy wrote with as much 'meaning' as what he was made out to. yes i will admit he was a great writer and without him we may not even have modern storytelling but when he wrote things like Romeo and Juliet did he really intend to have all of those 'meanings'? i'm not sure he set out to creat meanings so therefore i think he has been over analysed by the pretentiousness ofb 'experts' and teachers. especially teachers. well, maybe thats just especially MINE, who over analyses everything.
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Re: writers whos works are over analysed?

Well any such experience is subjective, and thus, interpretations vary. While how much a writer intended is always up for debate, ultimately, a work has to stand on its own, and thus, is subject to whatever the viewer/reader projects onto it/the context they bring with them.

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Heh, four years changes you. I'm studying Shakespeare.

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Has your view changed?

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Well, yeah. I chose to take the course so obviously i am interested in his work.

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Any favourites so far?

Re: writers whos works are over analysed?

The Winter's Tale is my favourite text in my course and Much ado about Nothing is my favourite overall.

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