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ENG220 Rape of Lucrece 4

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Department
English
Course
ENG220Y1
Professor
Elizabeth Harvey
Semester
Fall

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ENG220 Monday, September 26, 2011 physiognomy: nature interpreter 1384-1414 passions In Ajax and Ulysses, o, what art of physiognomy might one behold apostrophe Their face their manners most expressly told faces expressing what is inside of classical characters who become examplum of particular kind of character Ulysses as crafty, sly person finding way 1394-1414 Nestor stand.... 1415-28 synecdoche: part for the whole image of Christ carrying cross crowd close to each other, raging at one another process of readership or spectatorship 1443-65 Hecuba, Queen and wife to Priam, King of Troy, 19 children (Paris, Hector, Cassandra and Polydoros) Homer, Virgil, Euripides, Obid, Dante figuration of sorrow and
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