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Could you please consider the following sentences, too? Thank you

1) Death is considered from two different points of view: medieval and Renaissance. For the medieval (?) death is the liberation from the prison of the body instead the Renaissance doubted the existence of an afterlife.
2) This statement was pronounced by an accountant and released him from the responsibility for the accounts he was working on.
3) Fortinbras, Prince of Norway, takes Denmark's reign.
During a revenge tragedy bloody action is committed.
4)The medieval perspective considers death as liberation from the prison of the body whereas the Renaissance one doubts the existence of an afterlife.
5) "Quietus est" is a Latin statement meaning "it is at peace".
Hamlet is a revenge tragedy because it contains many features of this type of tragedy.
Can you say "revenge plan" instead of "plan of revenge?

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    1) Death is considered from two different points of view: Medieval and Renaissance. In Medieval times, death was seen as the liberation from the prison of the body. During Renaissance times, people began to doubt the existence of an afterlife.

    2) This statement was pronounced by an accountant and released him from the responsibility for the accounts he was working on.

    3) Fortinbras, Prince of Norway, takes Denmark's reign. During a revenge tragedy, bloody acts are committed.

    4)The medieval perspective considers death as liberation from the prison of the body, whereas the Renaissance view doubts the existence of an afterlife.

    5) "Quietus est" is a Latin statement meaning "it is at peace". Hamlet is a revenge tragedy because it contains these features: ______________________.


    Can you say "revenge plan" instead of "plan of revenge? No! "plan for revenge" would work, though.

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