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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 100
Professor
John Pierce
Semester
Fall

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Week7 21/10/2013 Lecture 1: Speaker, situation and voice in poetry: Gretel in Darkness: Based on Gretel’s character in Hansel and Gretel. Cannot forget the past when everyone else has forgotten. Outside influences: tragedy of the Holocaust. One never leaves the place where  trauma  took place. Dramatic Monologue Lyric poem about a moment of time or experience Single person who is not poet utters the speech that makes up the poem about a specific situation at a  critical moment This person interacts with multiple people. The auditors presence and what they say and do , only from  clues in the dsicourse of the single speaker. The main principle controlling the poets choice of what the lyric says is to reveal to the readers of the  speakers temperament and character. Porphyria’s lover: Attempt to control and fix his lover at a point in time Irony Disparity between what is said and what is meant Or between what a character or speaker thinks is occurring and what readers know to be occurring Dramatic Irony Involves a situation, in which the audience or reader shares with the author knowledge of present or future  circumstance of which the character is ignorant. Setting (1­5) Actions of lover (6­30) While she is active Porphyria is passive Actions of Porphyria (31­41) After murder she becomes passive Assessment of lover by Porphyria. (41­60)       Lecture 2 Diction: The kind of words, phrases, and sentence structure and sometimes also of figurative language that  constitute a
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