5. William Shakespeare

5. William Shakespeare - 1) indicating the author and text...

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1) indicating the author and text or source in which the term or phrase occurs, William Shakespeare (The tempest) 2) describe briefly its meaning and significance to the text in which it appears Assemble the facts (P.5) to search for ‘first principles’ (P.11), which were uncovered by application of right reason (pp. 12, 121). 3) and how it impacted Western Culture. A cultural rebirth in Europe, revival of culture and learning, rediscovering classical texts of ancient Greece and Rome Humanism – A new concern with people as powerful, creative individuals in a dynamic, secular world. A shift from religious concern toward a more secular world Hailed as the boirth of the ages of the individual due to new focus on individual responsibility. Prospero: Traditional Protagonist of the play : viewed as the hero of the play, and someone we should sympathize with seen as a wise, benevolent and kind ruler who acts like a caring parents Represents mercy and forgiveness in end when he forgives all those who have wronged him and grants freedom to Ariel and Caliban
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course HUMA 1720 taught by Professor Gleberzon during the Spring '12 term at York University.

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