Perfect mixture of turbulent emotional and light-hearted comedy, William Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale is a timeless study of jealousy and desire. The story revolves around Leontes as he is convinced that Hermione, his wife, has an affair with Polixenes. He makes up his mind and remains stubborn. There is no proof and evidence that can change Leontes’s false firm belief in Hermione’s infidelity. As Hermione is put on trial, Leontes addresses men to get an oracle from Delphos, a central concern of the early part of the play is what might count as definitive proof or evidence in Hermione’s trial. What evidence will be strong enough to prove the truth, to alter Leontes’ belief? And how can anyone coax Leontes to change his mind?
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