What Is Literary Doubling?


Literary doubling is a way of writing. The writer takes one person and divides it into two opposite personalities. Shakespeare used this technique. There are many other authors who follow the same concept.
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Literary doubling can be described as being allegoristic in technique, many great authors have used literary doubling. Among them Shakespeare and a host of others.
Literary doubling is when an author takes one character and divides that character into two personalities. The personalities are usually the opposite of each other.
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