Symbolism in Peter Shaffer's "Amadeus"
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The paper asserts that Peter Shaffer's play "Amadeus", adapted as a film by director Milos Forman in 1984, is rich with symbolic meaning that expands the narrative to include broader themes and references. The paper discusses how it also includes specific instances of visual and musical symbolism, including color patterns, costumes, and the music of Mozart himself. An analysis of these and other symbols in Amadeus allows viewers to understand the narrative on a more profound and meaningful level.
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