The given article claims to identify and describe the character of a strong personality by means of analyzing Shakespeare’s poems named “Richard III” and “Macbeth” through lexical-sematic approach. Based on the theoretical model of the Renaissance, the author proves that the point of intersection of two renowned Shakespeare’s tragedies based on neo-romantic attitudes and Renaissance anthropocentrism,is the concept of a "strong personality", which is in polemical dialogue with the world and with its own soul.
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Zayniddinovna, T. N. . (2022). The Problem of “A Strong Personality” in Shakespeare’ Dramas: Richard III and Macbeth. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 20, 7-10. https://doi.org/10.47494/mesb.2022.20.1006