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abstract accepted acters appeared attack attitude belief char characterization Characters of Shakespeare classic Coleridge comedy David Lovett delineation depict distinct Dramatic Censor Dramatic Miscellanies dramatist Dryden emphasized English expression Falstaff Francis Gentleman Genius and Writings Gildon Hamlet historical inaccuracies History human mind human nature Iago Ibid imagination imitation individual James Beattie John Armstrong John Dennis Johns Hopkins University Johnson Joseph Warton language later criticism living reality Macbeth manners meant Mirror Montagu wrote moral Morgann neo-classic critic occasion Othello particular personages persons poet of nature poetic justice Poetical Art Pope praised Preface to Shakespeare preservation of character principles propriety realistic presentation Remarks Richard Hole Richard III Romantic critics Rymer scenes sentiments Shake Shakespeare's characters Shakespeare's knowledge Shakespeare's plays Society of Gentlemen speare strokes may sometimes supernatural temper and passions tendency Thomas Whately throughout the century tion tragedy tragi-comedy traits truth type-portraiture types University of Baltimore Warton William Richardson writer