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How it came to be remains a mystery. This is comfortable territory for Nelson, whose recent work has been rigorously realistic. The Apples and the Gabriels cook, converse around tables, and show audiences the absolute normalcy through which many Americans experience what they will later understand to be seismic shifts. They are occasionally joined by a composer, some stage managers, a press agent and a few stray actresses.

Robert Moses, in the thick of the battle to build a highway through Washington Square Park, spares the time to try to force Papp and company to either charge an admission fee or surrender their right to perform. She is playing a character, so she can believably interpret her own increasingly strange misadventures from a politically lofty perspective. The range with which they perceive their own world, unlike that which Shakespeare allowed his most ordinary characters, is too limited to allow real discovery. Harmon's conception of the problem-plays differs from others in that he argues that the problem-plays offer a resolution to their respective stories.

Much like the characters in the plays must fulfill their contracts, he argues, Shakespeare fulfills his contract as a playwright by providing resolution. The common social problem, per Harmon, is the tension between laws establishing order and the natural tendencies of humans.


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The problem-plays follow a formula: the established laws of society are challenged, chaos reigns over society, chaos is vanquished by the institution of a new order. From the perspective of scholar Ernest Schanzer, a Shakespearean problem-play is first defined independently of the idea of a Shakespearean play and only by what the phrase problem play itself necessitates.

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Modern Humanities Research Association. Renaissance Quarterly. Retrieved 17 March William Shakespeare. The Passionate Pilgrim To the Queen. Shakespearean problem plays. William Shakespeare 's Troilus and Cressida. William Shakespeare 's Measure for Measure. The Decameron c. William Shakespeare 's The Merchant of Venice.