Pale Fire NOTES FROM CLASS

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Pale Fire NOTES FROM CLASS Friday, November 11, 2005 1:27 PM Does Kinbote think/is Kinbote the King? Richer are getting a little poorer and the poorer are getting a little richer - Kinbote's Law He's out in his cabin in Cedarn right now There's a Shakespearian poem translated from English to Zemblan to English   Timon of Athens The sun is a thief: she lures the sea and robs it.  The moon is a thief: he steals his silvery light from the sun. the sea is a thief: it dissolves the moon.   Timon throws a dinner party, the servants are worried, because at the last dinner he served  stones and boiling water and flees Athens Everyone's angry because he didn't pay off his loans, he's living in a cave and finds a chest of  gold and buries it because he believes money is a sin One servant comes back, the one good person in Athens who supported him
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ENGL 030 taught by Professor Wright,elizabeth during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.

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