All the world's a stage

All the World's a Stage

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All the world's a stage est le début du monologue de la pièce Comme il vous plaira (As You Like It) de Shakespeare récité par Jacques (acte II scène VII). Ce texte compare la vie à un jeu théâtral et répertorie les sept étapes de la vie. C'est l'un des passages les plus souvent cités de l'œuvre de Shakespeare.

Plusieurs œuvres font référence à ce passage, entre autres :

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