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1.28 EGL 362 Revenge! Sex! Violence! Revenge tragedy versus Domestic tragedy. Domestic: tragedy of the family, no revenge Revenge tragedy: lots of bodies stacked up and lovely amounts of death. There’s an intersection of the two, and we’ll be discussing that later. We’re watching Titus first. Journal every week: two to three double spaced pages/week. Not a summary, something that provoked thought. Treat the journal as a minipaper. Don’t write about dogs this time. One is due this week. One 5-7 page paper at the end of the term (can be submitted earlier). Choose the topic. 20% is participation. Paper is 40%, journals are 40% (14 or so of them) Two types of revenge: public and private. Public is to be made of a show of- Fortinbras’s army in Hamlet. It’s meant to be seen and heard and known, taken to court. You use the legal system, which in the renaissance was ordained by god. Sometimes you’ve got to do it yourself, which is private revenge. This is frowned upon as the kings law is supposedly heaven-sent, so to go around this is a no-no. However, we
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