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What are the themes of The Seven Ages of Man?

It's not a poem. It's a speech from a play. It's said by a character called Jaques in a play called As You Like It, in response to a remark made by the Duke that some people i

What are the seven stages of the seven ages of man?

The man in the speech goes through these stages: Infancy: In this stage he is dependent on others and needs to be constantly attended to.Childhood: It is in this stage that he

What are the seven ages of man?

the answer to this question is in the poem written by William  Shakespeare. The poem is " All the world is a stage". In poem the  poet describes all the seven ages of man an

What is seven ages of man about?

Man's history on earth seems to be pitiful and comic. He has seven distinct stages in his life in this world which appears as characters one after the other in a play. Infant,

What is the theme in the poem Seven Ages of Man?

This speech is part of Act 2, Scene 7 of William Shakespeare's play, As You Like It. It is neither a poem nor a song but an extended speech by the character Jaques who is expr
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What is the theme of shakespeare's the seven ages of man?

This speech is part of Act 2, Scene 7 of William Shakespeare's play, As You Like It. It is neither a poem nor a song but an extended speech by the character Jacques who is exp

How are the poem 'If' and seven ages of man different?

"If" is a poem. "The Seven Ages of Man" is a speech from a play.  That's the biggest difference. "If" was written by Kipling, in the  nineteenth century; As You Like It (the