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School: University of California Riverside
Department: English
Course: Shakespeare
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Shakespeare
Name: Shakespear Final
Description: Study guide for the Shakespeare Final
Uploaded: 12/06/2018
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background image Markers of Genre: Tragedy: Soliloquy Ends in death One noble tragedian Peripeteia: reversal of fortune Titled for hero Hamartia: fatal flaw Comedy: Separation and reunion Clever servants Ends with marriage Mistaken identities due to cross­dressing or twins Plot over characters Title is an emotion or a theme Tetralogy: Series of four history plays Palace Tavern Nobility Commoners Verse Prose Order Pleasure Duty Passion Obligation Revelry Henry IV Falstaff Chain of being 1. God
2. Man
background image 3. Woman
4. Child
5. Beast
Hierarchy to determine place in society Societal structures predicated on system Tudor Myth Plays written to please Queen Elizabeth Devine right in overall cycle, but not in scope of play Essex rebellion used play as catalyst Produces turmoil Grand mechanism­ every historical act is a repetition of another Platea Neutral, unlocalized setting Downstage, prone to audience interaction Lower class Performed with audience Falstaff Locus Specific, localized, symbolic place Upstage physically and socially higher Highly ranked people sat on thrones Performed an audience Staging to establish ceremonial distance Henry IV Actors Servants Tavern­ microcosm for theater
background image Ostracized from society Anti­theatricalists feared role­play would undermine innate 
qualities
Humoral Body Represents humors via stock characters Dangers of excess of any given humor Hal attempts to find internal/external balance in the world 
though embodied experience
Offers balance in play Symbolic Size Represents the whole world Fatness allows him to act as a symbolic function rather than
an individual character
Represents more than self Carnival finds expression in grotesque  Sensational body: body caught in the grip of intense 
sensation
Gross genres utilize consumption Females in horror films Identification with the victim Aesthetic of excess (Overly gross things are somehow 
pleasing to us as is the case with slasher/horror films)
Honor OED­ High respect, esteem or reverence; deferential 
admiration
Necessary for military leaders/ monarchs Reflection of individual’s conscience Can be stolen (in)tangible Seeing Double Titania Hippolyta Oberon Theseus Puck Philostrate

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School: University of California Riverside
Department: English
Course: Shakespeare
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Shakespeare
Name: Shakespear Final
Description: Study guide for the Shakespeare Final
Uploaded: 12/06/2018
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