Romeo and Juliet lecture

Romeo and Juliet lecture - RomeoandJuliet:FromLyrictoDrama...

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Romeo and Juliet: From Lyric to Drama 19:02 I. The Romeo and Juliet Story Shakespeare in Love (1998) o Joseph Fiennes  with writing block o Juliet wakes in tomb o Represents Shakespeare’s personal experiences Salernitano,  II Novellino   (1476) Da Porto,  Due nobili amanti  (1530) Bandello, Novelle  (1554) Boaistuau, Histories Tragiques  (1559) Painter, Palace of Pleasure  (1567) II. The Sonnet Tradition Petrarch and the Renaissance Sonnet Tradition 1304-1374 Rime #140, tr. Earl Of Surrey (1517-1547) o “Love that doth reign and live within my thought…” o Cupid as a warrior Love is War Major English Sonnet Sequences o Philip Sidney Astrophil   and Stella  (Written early 1580s; printed 1591)
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o Edmund Spenser Amoretti  (written 1590s; printed 1595) o Shakespeare’s  Sonnets  (written mid 1590s; printed 1609) o Playground for verbal experiment o Dramatizes a struggle with conflicting emotions Love/despair Hope/fear Psychomachia-drama of the theater life English Miniature Portrait (1597) English miniature: A lovert (c. 1595) o Lover burned up by flames o Locket in hand o Image of his beloved Public and private become dialectical Shakespeare, sonnet #18, #130 III. From Sonnets to Tragedy Lyric form Expression of emotion/praise/love/longing  Lyric (static) and drama are two opposed form
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Mullin during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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