That she, that even but now was your best object, The argument of your praise, balm of your age, Most best, most dearest, should in this trice of time Commit a thing so monstrous, to dismantle So many folds of favour. Sure, her offence Must be of such unnatural degree, That monsters it, or your fore-vouch'd affection Fall'n into taint: CORDELIA I yet beseech your majesty,-- If for I want that glib and oily art, To speak and purpose not; since what I well intend, I'll do't before I speak,--that you make known It is no vicious blot, murder, or foulness, No unchaste action, or dishonour'd step, That hath deprived me of your grace and favour; But even for want of that for which I am richer, A still-soliciting eye, and such a tongue As I am glad I have not, though not to have it Hath lost me in your liking. My lord of Burgundy, What say you to the lady?
He is a writer of great intellectual rapidity, perceptiveness, and poetic power. Other writers have had these qualities, but with Shakespeare the keenness of mind was applied not to abstruse or remote subjects but to human beings and their complete range of emotions and conflicts.
Other writers have applied their keenness of mind in this way, but Shakespeare is astonishingly clever with words and images, so that his mental energy, when applied to intelligible human situations, finds full and memorable expression, convincing and imaginatively stimulating.
As if this were not enough, the art form into which his creative energies went was not remote and bookish but involved the vivid stage impersonation of human beings, commanding sympathy and inviting vicarious participation. Shakespeare the man Life Although the amount of factual knowledge available about Shakespeare is surprisingly large for one of his station in life, many find it a little disappointing, for it is mostly gleaned from documents of an official character.
Dates of baptismsmarriagesdeathsand burials ; willsconveyanceslegal processes, and payments by the court—these are the dusty details.
There are, however, many contemporary allusions to him as a writer, and these add a reasonable amount of flesh and blood to the biographical skeleton.
William ShakespeareThis film recounts the life of Shakespeare from his early boyhood through his productive years as a playwright and actor in London.
Early life in Stratford The parish register of Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-AvonWarwickshireshows that he was baptized there on April 26, ; his birthday is traditionally celebrated on April His father, John Shakespeare, was a burgess of the boroughwho in was chosen an alderman and in bailiff the position corresponding to mayorbefore the grant of a further charter to Stratford in He was engaged in various kinds of trade and appears to have suffered some fluctuations in prosperity.
His wife, Mary Arden, of Wilmcote, Warwickshire, came from an ancient family and was the heiress to some land. Given the somewhat rigid social distinctions of the 16th century, this marriage must have been a step up the social scale for John Shakespeare.
No lists of the pupils who were at the school in the 16th century have survived, but it would be absurd to suppose the bailiff of the town did not send his son there.
Shakespeare did not go on to the university, and indeed it is unlikely that the scholarly round of logic, rhetoricand other studies then followed there would have interested him.
Instead, at age 18 he married. Anne died inseven years after Shakespeare. There is good evidence to associate her with a family of Hathaways who inhabited a beautiful farmhouse, now much visited, 2 miles [3.
The next date of interest is found in the records of the Stratford church, where a daughter, named Susanna, born to William Shakespeare, was baptized on May 26, On February 2,twins were baptized, Hamnet and Judith.
How Shakespeare spent the next eight years or so, until his name begins to appear in London theatre records, is not known. There are stories—given currency long after his death—of stealing deer and getting into trouble with a local magnate, Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, near Stratford; of earning his living as a schoolmaster in the country; of going to London and gaining entry to the world of theatre by minding the horses of theatregoers.
It has also been conjectured that Shakespeare spent some time as a member of a great household and that he was a soldier, perhaps in the Low Countries. But this method is unsatisfactory: Page 1 of Script of Act I King Lear The play by William Shakespeare.
Introduction This section contains the script of Act I of King Lear the play by William vilakamelia.com enduring works of William Shakespeare feature many famous and well loved characters. “King Lear” is one of the greatest dramas written by Shakespeare.
It is a poetic tragedy in which the good as well as bad characters play their role. King Lear has three daughters; Goneril, Regan andCordelia. death of cordelia--king lear “King Lear” is one of the greatest dramas written by Shakespeare. It is a poetic tragedy in which the good as well as bad characters play their role.5/5(1).
However with this, comes the death of Cordelia. In order to understand the full extent of the tragedy, Shakespeare brings moral characters to their death in order to reach a state of equilibrium. However, the manner in which her death is conducted reinforces the uniqueness of the tragedy.
In King Lear, William Shakespeare traces one man’s. Shakespeare’s King Lear is a true tragedy, unlike the other King Lear’s modified with happy endings.
Lear’s and Cordelia’s deaths are the only deaths that create true pathos, which is . It is what transpires after Cordelia’s death, where King Lear descends again into madness that clarifies the point of Cordelia’s death. Shakespeare’s use of peripeteia with Cordelia’s death reveals that Lear has actually failed to amend his hamartia.