The beginning lines of sonnet 106 indicates that he had read Edmund Spencer's poem The Faerie Queene or comparable romantic literature.
"The source of Hamlet was an earlier play, now lost, known as The Source of Hamlet or, more fashionably Ur-Hamlet." ( Satin, 385) The favorite choice for authorship of Ur-Halmet is Thomas Kyd, author of the "Spanish Tragedy"... displayed 300 characters
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(Britannica Online) "The Spanish Tragedy" is one of the most popular Elizabethan plays, which kept its place on the stage in spite of parody, resembles Hamlet so closely that it would appear that the source play was written by Kyd or a close imitator of his. Both plays begin with a ghost demanding vengeance; both are concerned with madness, real or assumed, of the avenger; both heroes blame themselves for their procrastination... displayed next 300 characters
Ironically Millay wrote this poem in sonnet form, which usually has a feeling of romance and love, and this poem portrays Millay as a lonely woman who had love in her life, but can now barely remember the lads she romanced with...
Faustus' fatal flaw and its significance to Elizabethans
Frame story of Spenser's The Faerie Queene
Levels of allegorical significance of Una, the Redcrosse Knight, and Archimago from Book I, Canto I of The Faerie Queene
Spenser's intention in writing The Faerie Queene
Basic plot of Othello
Iago's character as "motiveless malignity" in driving the action in Othello
Othello's tragic flaw
Significance of the "green-eyed" monster in Othello
Desdemona's naivete or character "more manipulated than in control"
The term "metaphysical poetry" is used to describe a certain type of 17th century poetry...
It has a clear middle, beginning, and end
o Haiku ? most highly structed poem; entire poem has 3 lines; line 1 5 syllables; line 2 7 syllables; line 3 5 syllables
o Didactic Literature ? any work of literature whose main purpose is to teach
o Foreshadowing ? a hint/clue about something that will happen later in a work of literature
o Sonnet Sequence/Cycle ? a group of sonnets linked by a common theme
o Bildungsroman ? a German word meaning a coming of age novel
o Tragic Flaw ? a negative character that helps to lead to a downfall
o Catharsis ? an out pouring of emotions
o Octave ? 1st 8 lines of a sonnet poem
o Sestet ? 2nd 6 line of a sonnet poem
Both lines are end stopped, the first with a comma, and the second with a semi colon. This shows that the both line and two of the sonnet are individual thoughts that could stand alone, even though they are tied together...
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