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  1. I was not sure where to put this topic, so for now it shall rest here :D Anyways In some books about Shakespeare I found some definite ways how to read Shakespeare that help to truly `feel` what He wanted to present. One thing that strikes me immediately, when I think about his works, his writings seem like a direct, fresh outflow of nature. Like the most high form of communication, Truth and Beauty. His Genius that I only can dream to understand (for now), that slowly unfolds inside me. For, apparently, one can only understand Shakespeare, if he `becomes` Shakespeare? As for myself, it is much about overcoming misconceptions and prejudice to glimpse a little further into the mind of the Genius. So I always try to read much more with my heart than my mind and see what the Heart of Shakespeare might have felt and which ideas arise through this feeling. Am I on the right path here? And if I do not feel the connection to a certain piece of art, i read it again and again and again till i feel more the spirit of Bacon. Another thing that may find fit here or as another topic are the Themes He presents in his stories which may or may not describe his psychological picture. To truly understand his writings is to understand the psychology he describes? So when I read the Sonnets for example, every Sonnet talks about certain themes intentionally used to paint the picture, and convey ideas of this psychological Building. One major theme may be continual conversion of opposites, male and female or lets say the Idea of fatherhood, or a widow( which is a woman who lost her husband through death, or even murder). These themes acts as individual "idea-bricks" of this psychological building and interacts with certain other idea-bricks so the Pyramid/Temple may be rebuild again. Or at least these are the ideas that arise of my heart at this point in space-time :D (In my mind of organization I already think about a list of every Sonnet and its themes) Anyways thanks for any answer/guidance, I truly appreciate any help, and if my words spark ideas and different perspectives in others I am even the more happy! <3 Also obviously if a am anywhere wrong in my thinking I am happy to be pointed out, for any idea just fulfills its purpose of connecting itself to the big picture, and if it does not: throw it away!
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