Identity In Shakespeare's Comedy Of Errors

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The play Comedy of Errors by Shakespeare is a comedic hit which involves multiple motifs that relates to the past and modern society, however, as a comedic play, it shows how Shakespeare has elaborated on his writing to make such intriguing plays. This play expresses how a mistake in identity could be tragic, it also goes in depth about how each person can suffer from something so little to something big. In the play Comedy of errors, the main character, Antipholus of Syracuse, admits that he has lost his own identity during the search for his mother and his twin brother, he never felt ‘complete’. Antipholus’ personality has changed over time, which questions how far we would go to seek what we desire. S. Antipholus “Farewell till then. I

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