What is the role of Shakespeare in stereotypes and gender problem?

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Shakespeare is an example of the ‘stereotypical female role’ although these roles were acted in the productions by men during this era, women would hold employment in theatres and go to see plays but were not allowed to act in the final productions whereas now gender is being explored and women are taking on some of Shakespeare’s most famous roles such as Hamlet or Romeo.  In Patrîcia McIlrath’s book ‘Stereotypes, Types, and Characterisation in Drama’ she discusses the way that which social scientists have invented stereotypes in order...
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