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oBlazon- Catalogues a woman’s body parts in ascending or descending order. oPun- A play on words; double meaning.oEternizing Metaphor-The poem will transcend time. oVolte-Shirt or turn. Between octave and sesta for Italian and 3rdquatrain and couplet for English. oEnjambment-the line extends to next line; no comma or period at the end of line. oCouplet-two lines at the end of an English sonnet that rhyme with each other. oConceit-Talking about how great something is then about how it can be bad. How beautiful a flower can be but how bad it can smell once it has died.oDeixis (Dactyl Marker)- You, the, he, she, this. Relates what things are; locating words. oCaesura- Pause in the middle of a line. oAlliteration-Repeating consonance with the first letter. oAssonance- Ounce pounce mouse; repeating the middle sounds of words. Authors-oWilliam Shakespeare. oEdmund Spenser.oJohn Donne. Why would someone write a sonnet?
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-to gain love-of one’s belovedor ones readers-to develop skills as a writer-to see what you can accomplish as a writer writing within the structure. Subform of a sonnet = a blazon (goes carefully from one thing to the next)- typically is a poetic catalogue. King Lear:Deceit: Edmund (Illegitimate), Reagan, Cordelia. Familial bonds.Good vs. Evil; goes both ways. Themes:oPower.oNature.oGreed.oAuthority.oBeasts. oBlood.oNothing?oYoung-Old. Shakespeare’s King LearGenre: tragedy Blank verse unrhymed iambic pentameter. Introduced to English by Henry Howard. Tragedy: fall of an illustrious figure. Renaissance TragedyMany features.
Like most, tends to focus on pain. Elevated characters and languageDeath pain sufferingCharacters fall from powerEmphasis on introspectionIsolation of tragic figuresEmphasis on subjectivity/privatenessUsually night time scenes. Shakespeare’s practice: set apart from other writers-it’s encyclopedic- multigeneric- structurally accommodatingprimary unit in Shakespearean theatre: “the role”no one other than Shakespeare had the script… so ppl just know their own roles. Herbert v. HerrickHerbert:oSacred.oDecay for after life.oEnclosed-Enclothed; collar, cage.oBody binded; body as a temple.Herrick:oSecular. oCarpe-Diem; Seize the day.oMultiplicity in words; sensuality. oLive now or else (decay).
oClothes affiliated with adornment. _________________---9/9/09Renaissance LyricLyric poetryoFrom ‘song’: a short poetic form—often with 1stperson voice, emotionEnglish “Renaissance”oFocuses on rebirth of classical culture (Greece and Rome)Early Modern EnglandoFocuses on forward-leaning events and energiesoPrinting press (c.1475)Francesco Petrarch (1304-1374)oRime Sparse (“scattered rhymes”)oInvented language of modern love by transposing strongest language he knew (religion) into erotic venuesCupid, paradoxes, obsessiveness, etc-Died before Chaucer wrote cant tales.

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