Lady Macbeth

Such is the force, writes Dalrymple, of Shakespeare’s human genius, that his characters often seem more real to us, and occupy our imaginations more fully, than do many of our acquaintances

If one calls Mrs Clinton Lady Macbeth, writes Dalrymple, little remains to be said. Everyone knows what one means. Such is the force of Shakespeare’s human genius that his characters often seem more real to us, and occupy our imaginations more fully, than do many of our acquaintances.

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