that the play was acted by the Lord Chamberlain's Men, Shakespeare's company. In addition, Thomas Dekker and Henry Chettle wrote a play called Troilus and Cressida at around the same time as Shakespeare, but this play survives only as a fragmentary plot outline. The conquest of Troy is left unfinished, as the Trojans learn of the death of their hero. 1600, like As You Like It and Twelfth Night, while the later revision injected the darker material leaving the result a hybrid jumble of tones and intents.
In addition, Thomas Dekker and Henry Chettle wrote a play called "Troilus and Cressida" at around the same time as Shakespeare, but this play survives only as a fragmentary plot outline. Hector and destruction of the love between Troilus and Cressida. However, several characteristic elements of the play (the most notable being its constant questioning of intrinsic values such as hierarchy, honor and love) have often been viewed as distinctly "modern as in the following remarks on the play by author and literary scholar. Any of the current paperback editions on the market (such as the Pelican, the Signet, or the Folger) will do nicely. In this view, the original version of the play was a more positive romantic comedy of the type Shakespeare wrote. Trojan prince (son of Priam woos Cressida, another Trojan. A Shakespeare Companion 15641964, Penguin: Baltimore,. The story itself focuses on the titular characters of Troilus and Cressida, two noble Trojans who fall in love against the backdrop of the Trojan War.
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