The Winter’s Tale : Magic, Art, and Belief. The first half of The Winter’s Tale, we said, is like a tragedy, or, well, like a “winter’s tale”: “You have an unspeakable comfort of your young Prince Mamillius” (Arch., 1.1.35-38) “A sad tale’s best for winter.” (Mam, 2.1.25)
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On first reading the play, did you think the statue of Hermione was:
Do you think Shakespeare’s intention and the reaction of his audience at the time to the statue scene was to see the statue as