Shakespeare Statement Thesis
Use of groundlings enhanced Shakespeare's work practically and artistically.
He represented English people more concretely and not as puppets.
When William Shakespeare began writing his plays, the English language was rapidly absorbing words from other languages due to wars, exploration, diplomacy and colonization.
By the age of Elizabeth, English had become widely used with the expansion of philosophy, theology and physical sciences, but many writers lacked the vocabulary to express such ideas.
Shakespeare has also influenced a number of English poets, especially Romantic poets such as Samuel Taylor Coleridge who were obsessed with self-consciousness, a modern theme Shakespeare anticipated in plays such as Hamlet.
To the versification of the English language, he imparted his eloquence and variety giving highest expressions with elasticity of language.
The second, the sonnets and poetry, was bound in structure. In the third and the most important area, the drama, he saved the language from vagueness and vastness and infused actuality and vividness.
Shakespeare's work in prose, poetry, and drama marked the beginning of modernization of English language by introduction of words and expressions, style and form to the language.
Shakespeare's work is also lauded for its insight into emotion.
His themes regarding the human condition make him more acclaimed than any of his contemporaries.