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CAL POLYENGL 431StegnerFall

ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Middle Ages

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26 Nov 2018
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Shakespeare"s "a lover"s complaint" and early modern criminal. Author believes that is has been overlooked and undervalued: believes that people have b
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ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Homoeroticism, Heterosexuality

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John benson chose the most radical response to the scandal of the shakespearean sonnets: changed pronouns and introduced false titles. Made the young m
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ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.2: Benito Mussolini, Tyrant

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23 Oct 2018
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The words rome and roman carry ethical meaning to it in the play: words like noble are attached. A roman part (5. 3. 89. : roman implies that the chara
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ENGL 431 Chapter 4.2: English 431 W4D2 RR 2

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16 Oct 2018
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We were born to die": romeo and juliet. Thesis: the ending is perfectly conventional and appropriate. Shakespeare makes tension between the lovers know
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ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Actaeon, Edward Ravenscroft, Philomela

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16 Oct 2018
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Worse than philomela : violence, revenge and meta-allusion in titus. Characters referring to philomela: inspires aaron, chiron and demetrius to rape la
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ENGL 431 Chapter 1: English 431 W2D2 RR

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2 Oct 2018
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Taking tropes seriously: language and violence in shakespeare"s. Thesis: in this essay i shall explore the decorum of poetic language in the rape of. I
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ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Homoeroticism, Heterosexuality, Sonnet 130

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26 Nov 2018
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When the shakespearean sonnets were written the dark lady poems were more scandalous than the young man poems: she was promiscuous and possibly black.
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ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.2: The Spanish Tragedy

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9 Oct 2018
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ENGL 431 Chapter 6.1: English 431 W6D1 RR 1

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24 Oct 2018
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Hamlet: after the ghost of his father tells him he must seek revenge hamlet becomes weary. Wonders if it is wrong to kill himself and if it will releas
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ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.1: Storge, Sophocles

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10 Oct 2018
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Defying the stars: tragic love as the struggle for freedom in romeo and juliet. The critical-interpretive paradigm: individual desires are irreducible
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ENGL 431 Chapter 8.1: ENGL 431 Chapter 8.: English 431 W8D1 RR 1

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26 Nov 2018
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Sonnet 1: we all hope beauty never dies. But we all die: though a heir would allow is to live on, but people continue to feed their own ame. Making a f
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ENGL 431 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.2: Straw Hat, Twine

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