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ENGB32 Study Guide - Komos, Catachresis, Sestet


Department
English
Course Code
ENGB32
Professor
Majorie Rubright

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Sonnet
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Petrarchan sonnet (Italian Sonnet)
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Francesco Petrarch
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Shakespearean sonnet
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Sestet
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Quatrain
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Couplet
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Blazon
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Metaphor
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Contrastive taxonomy
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Iambic pentameter
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Feet
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Light stress/ heavy stress
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Catachresis
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Fair boy sonnet
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The curtain, the globe, the date of the first London theatre
Capacity of playhouse
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Dangers of the theatre
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Gentlemen, Citizen, Yeomen artificers, labourers
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Liberties
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Population of London ( 1520: 60 000/ 1550: 120 000/1600: 200 000)
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Places within the theatre: The Yard; Groundings; Lord’s Room
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Theatrical detractors (stage v pulpit)
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Deuteronomy 22:5
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Master of the revels, Sir Edmund Tilney
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Allowed copy
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Quarto: First Folio (1625); Foul papers; fair copy; “The book of the play”/ promptbook
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Sonnet(sonet; sonetto = little song)
Petrarchan sonnet (Italian Sonnet)
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Francesco Petrarch
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Octave; sestet
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Blazon
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Audience for sonnets
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Public circulation of sonnets
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Shakespearean sonnet
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Quatrain; couplet
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Poet - speaker
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Paradox; metaphor
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Contrastive taxonomy
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Iambic pentameter
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Feet; light stress; heavy stress
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Catachresis
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Fair boy sonnets
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Dark lady sonnets
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Tragedy
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Thinking contradictions
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Structuring doubles
Key Terms - Pre- Midterm
Monday, October 31, 2011
11:34 AM
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