English 467 Lecture 10 August 10 (2)

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English 467 Lecture 10 August 2010 Office hours this week Wednesday, 10:30-1pm. As You Like It Scene 3.5, line 32 Surrogate woo’ing. Rosalind. Grounds to which phoebe is told to love Rosalind. Rosalind “this man is the best you can do right here, so deal with it”. Why introduce Sheppard and sheppardist and force them to marry. Pastoral normally has a phoebe like character, also named like phoebe. Sheppards are always poet figures. Sheppard figure, if you have unrequited love, if you are a man you will write about it. 1580’s-1590’s if you have unrequited love, you don’t get the girl but you get the poet. Shakespeare revises that, Rosalind is of a higher social rank. There is al this class division in the play, and Rosalind goes into the pastoral world and says, you should marry him and this is what you should do. Rosalind sense that if you treat phoebe poorly, she will fall in love with you. He is fallen in love with your fallness (means both her mood, bitchiness, and ugliness(?)), and she with your anger. What qualifies as attractiveness as a boy is the same as what qualifies as a girl.
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