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Lecture 22 Notes

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English
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ENGC10H3
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Rebecca Wiseman

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Lecture 221 34 and the blazon tradition34written in Frenchearly Modern audience knew Frenchthe elites who went to universitySet in feminized spaceno longer Englishbut what is said isnt very importantgoing from worlds battle to feminine interior space o Alice trying to teach Catherin to speakblind teaching the blindAlices English isnt that great eitherAlice thinks she does well but English audience is laughing at hercomedic sceneWhy name the body partsblazona way a poet approaches the female character by praising each partExamplesonnet 130My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun o The antisonnetgoes against blazon traditionCatherine trying to catalogue her own bodyrename her body partsreidentify herselfFeminist point of viewobjectifying women based on body partsshowing ownershipBy engaging in this blazon shes preparing herself for English Attentions Henry V who courts herby using blazon herself maybe shes reasserting ownership for her own bodynaming them herself rather than allowing a man to stake claim over her body through blazoncan be both feminist or antifeministGender politics has to do with success of battlesrelates to relationships between me
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