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ENG220 Cymbeline

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University of Toronto St. George
Elizabeth Harvey

Cymbeline 3192012 111900 AMTenderPosthumus O lady weep no more lest I give cause to be suspected of more tenderness than doth become a manInnomgen why tenderst thou that paper to me with a look untenderPolyptoton adjective tender derives from Latin tener delicate and verb to tender comes from tendere meaning to stretchBecoming tender feminineTender of execution legal dimensions death warrant national story informing simile Britains role as colony of Roman Empire and refusal to pay tributestarts war independence political relationship suggesting disquality of legality Classical intertextsInnogen Sinon Greek pretending to accept Trojan horseRape of Lucrece Why I must die Moments of liminal spaces in between living and dying sleeping and wakingInnogen and Pisanio no longer can go back to court because Clotens love suit as fearful as siege Where then hath Britain all the sun that shines Transvetism putting on male clothes injunction to change mind to move from obedience into command into waggish courage quarrelousQueen Shes a lady so tender of rebukes that words are strokes and strokes death to her to CymbelineCloten Meet theee at Mlford my revenge unintelligentThou will be a voluntary mute to my design to Pisanio would I had wings to followClothing defines and doesnt define character rd 3 act in Shakespeare usually the point where things turn and mutate Chameleon as living in air capacity to change shape like Prodius shape shifting god Shifting of suits and shifting of shape mutation exchange
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