Friday, April 3, 2015


In class we were talking about how Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are very similar and are not really referred to separately. When I was looking up pictures from the play/movie, I found it interesting that they looked very much alike, even down to their clothes and facial expressions.

1 comment:

Iris Mire said...

It occurred to me as I read this post that Rosenstern's interchangeable dress and fashion is actually reflective of modern societal trends. When we follow trends, we seek to look like whatever the seasonal colors or fashion trends dictate. When we do so, we end up looking like everyone else. This also has an interesting tie-in with Joe's book, Brave New World, in which everyone is issued a uniform according to their "class."