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TERMS FOR STUDY Elizabethan Shakespeare FROM THE FIRST PART OF THE COURSE: Puck Pyramus and Thisbe, from Ovid’s Metamorphoses Figures of Speech: Chiasmus: ABBA; Golden Rule: “do undo others as you would have others do unto you” Metaphor: “Love is a rose,” or “The moon sleeps on the bank” Simile: “Love is like a rose” – a comparison which uses “like” or “as” Oxymoron Poetic Form: English Sonnet (or Shakespearean Sonnet) Petrarch Petrarchan Conceit Octave Quatrain Couplet Iambic Pentameter: ten syllable line composed of five iambic feet Rhyme Scheme Endstop Enjambment Ut pictura poesis : Latin, literally "As is painting so is poetry." Horace, Ars Poetica Allusion Keyword metatheatrical FORMS of Shakespeare’s Texts: Passionate Pilgrim (1599), containing early versions of Sonnets 138 and 144 Shake-speare’s Sonnets (1609) Globe Theater (built in 1599) Folio, First Folio 1623 Quarto Bad Quarto: a term sometimes assigned to “corrupt” early printings of Shakespeare’s plays prior to later quarto versions or the 1623 Folio, which we generally see
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