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We talked about the syllabus, defining disability, and watched a short animated rendition of the play King Richard III.
Studies in Disability Literatures: Shakespearean Disability Studies
Gottlieb, C.M.
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english, Shakespeare, Disability, kingrichardIII




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Date Created: 09/27/16
English M103 Thursday, September 22, 2016 Week 0 Social Model of Disability vs. Medical Model of Disability - Social Model of Disability-culture identity. Society disables people by alienating them and constructing a society only acceptant of fully “functioning/capable” people, architecture disables people. - Medical Model of Disability-bodily condition. Disability is within a person’s body and should be cured or fixed with technology. King Richard III - the 4th play, there is a lot of context we do not know of. - Shifting qualities of his disability (hunchback) - - starts as an outcast, becomes a villain because he cant prove a lover (motivation) woes a woman who loathe him by killing her husband and father (he struggles for this “love,” he strives to be king. He’s a self-made man) - historically Richard fought in battle and was very capable. - Film Specific: - shadows: hiding; invisible persona; making true identity - crow: omen; inner malice; deathly; flight-action, “darkness takes flight”; inhuman, animalistic, transmutation - “pick up the sword”: mental manipulation; psychological manipulation; mental ability over physical ability - soliloquies vs. interactions with others - narrator is a dominant point of view/guide. he shapes perspective (not found in play) 1


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