Humanities notes from tuesday and thursday class
Humanities notes from tuesday and thursday class FDHUM110
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Date Created: 06/14/16
Humanities 6.7.2016 Witches (in Macbeth) - dark magic, can be prophetic, prophecy things in the future that are evil The Word on the Street Conservative Christian approach to the bible text: Beauty Accuracy Dignity (The Word on the Street doesn’t have that) Sleep, Man and deeds keep popping up Humanities 6.9.2016 o Macbeth is written in 1604 o 1600-Queen Elizabeth-> King James Pico Della Mirandola’s -Oration on the Dignity of Man - “Manifesto of the Renaissance” What a piece of work is Man? Their potential Did we live up to our potential? -Macbeth in the beginning: noble, honorable warrior Witches- Prophecy -Thoughtful man with a conscience Lady Macbeth changes this o “Are you really a man?” -Apprehensive Murderer Continue or go back Becomes committed o Kills Banquo o What’s next? -> witches o Kills Macduff’s family Act 4, Scene 3 line 223-224 Catharsis: how you are supposed to feel at the end; “scaring the crap out of you”
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