Only act from1 to 3, not others! Some directors argue that the character of the

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Only act from1 to 3, not others!
Some directors argue that the character of the Fool adds nothing to the essence of the play and could easily be cut without damaging the overall impact.
From what you have read so far, to what extent could you justify such an argument? If you agree, how would you make the transitions in order to exclude the Fool? If you disagree, what would be your arguments for leaving the play as it is?
The written work should be no more than 2 double spaced pages. As the topic is asking for your interpretation/position, it is expected that you would be writing from a first person perspective (the ā€œIā€ voice). However, ensure that you are supporting your argument with specific textual references.


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