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Explain the opening phrase "All the world`s stage; And all the men and women merely players" in the poem "The Seven stages of a man". "The seven...


To me, what Shakespeare is saying in this very famous line is that we all are not that important and we are not permanent features of the world.  This makes sense given what the poem is about.  The poem is talking about how people go through various stages of life and eventually become nothing.

By saying that we are all just actors, Shakespeare is emphasizing that we ourselves change over time, playing first one role and then another.

So the major idea here is that, even though we think we are important and permanent, we are not.

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