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 William Shakespeare
Born in Stratford-upon-Avon in April 1564, possibly 23th (St. George's day
the patron of England)
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Shakespeare: Romeo e Giulietta, Amleto, Mercante di Venezia

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William Shakespeare Born in Stratford-upon-Avon in April 1564, possibly 23th (St. George's day the patron of England) Ly said to be also death Was eldest son day Attended local grammar school where he acquired a good knowledge of the English language and classical authors When only 18 married Anne Hataway (26 years old) and had 3 children: Susanna and twins Judith and Hamnet. In 1584 went to London (caught deer_hunting) ->here 1° experienced the playhouse He received into one of the acting companies were he distinguished. himself as an excelent playwright when theaters were closed because of the plague he got the support of a private patron, a young nobleman, the Earl of Southampton, to whom he dadicated his poems When theatres re-opened became major playwright of the most succesfull company of London: "The Lord Chamberlainds men In 1599 his company built the globe theatre -> most of his plays performed Beetween 1590-1596 wrote historycal dramas Beetween 1595-1605 wrote great tragedies Died in 1616, at 52 years and buried in local church. 7 years after some his friends published 36 of his plays in one volume ("First Folio") general seatures loolving scenes Progress of play-> linked to gradual clarification of things which are teft mysterious Themes are hinted but become clear later Contrast beetween scenes. ->whit many or few characters Ę > in public or in private • full of action or...

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devoted to reflection, Sometimes leaves some questions open so that we continue to think about the answer after the play is over structure Structure was flexible ->disagreed 3 Aristotelian unities of time, place and action Didn't gave much importance to the division of the acts As a rule a scene is over when all the characters have left the stage Used some conventions like soliloquies, asides, introductory passages spoken by chours, Juneral onorations and death-bed scenes stage directions Were mostly added by editors, especially in the 18th century, The text itself provides information about the atmosphere, feeling and the way an actor enters an leaves the stage Are often given indirectly, hidden in a question or a metaphor He asked the active cooperation of the spectator in making the play alive. characters Hierarchy was background of every play Almost alway a man of royal or aristocratic blood From the aristocracy the list discends to nurses, rustics and servants Importance of family ties: these relationships often in contrasting form, suggesting conflict beetween older and younger generations Symmetrical corrispondences: 3 ladies and 3 lords .... Variety of style Different levels of speech and actions to portroy his characters from different angles, close up and at a distance "Some allegorical scenes, songs, music and dances and magical transformation стаделу lenguage characterised by a wide variety of rethorical figures: similes, metaphores... Some have characteristic image molifs. ( these image_clusters are connected to the main themes of the plays and define their tones Uses obscure and archaic words, mythological illusions and invented new words themes Main themes: o family relations • love • power o money friendships • death o reality and appearence Romeo and Juliet plot In Verona starts the violence beetween the Montague and Capulet. First act 1 day opens in Verona street →Romeo reveals to his cousin is in Love with Rosalie but not returned -> He goes at the Capulets' ball where she is gonna be and there he met Juliet and it's love at first sight During party discover their families are professed enemies Romeo overhears Juliet express her love for him. →he answers and they declaire their love and desire to be married Second act -> secretly marry in the chaplet by priest Friar Laurence Third act longest act divided into 2 parts: public events full of actions (2) private events. -> Mercutio, Romeo's friend, is killed by Tybald, Juliet's cousin and in revenge Romeo Killes him and is banished to Mantua Ends with Romeo and Juliet wedding night → Juliet to avoid the marriage with Count Paris takes a drug given by Friar Laurance Fourth act-> ->The potion makes her appear to be dead -> Friar sent a message to Romeo but before it arrives he hears about Juliet and comes back to Verona Figth act He arrives at Juliet's tomb and takes some potions, dying Kisses her characters ->when she wakes up, seeing Romeo dead, she stucks herself with a dagger settings Verona italians considered violent and passionate most out-doors Romeo Montague: • presented as men belonging to the courtly love conventions. • uses image of light 11 compares her to the brilliant lights of the torches that illuminate the hall Juliet is the light that frees him from his dark melancholy and links her to sunlight at the end commits suicide rather than live without Juliet Juliet Capulet: • beautiful, ribellious, kind and loving o at beginning appears as an obedient child but her first meeting with Romeo causes her to move towards maturity o compares her love to light ->suggests their love is like lighting, a break in the blackness of the night Kills herself because of her strong love themes so powerfull that becomes more important than family, loyalties and life Power of love Passion and violence : passion leads to violence. The families hate is as strong as the lovers love Individual against society: what the lovers want against what society wants Power of fate: at beginnin chours says their love will tragically end. During they have bad feeling about what is gonna happend. Tragic end results from a pattern of incomplete knowlage Merchant of venice plót Has a main plot and a subplot 2 dispute on money matters between the Venetian Antonio and the Jewish money-lender Shylock First act Venice, Antonio tells his friends, invested all his money in foreign trade > friend Bassanio going to Belmont to woo Portia >B. needs money for his courtship so ask Shylock who lends him 3000 ducats for 3 months choice of an husband by the rich lady Portia who lives in Beltmont but if B. fails to repay him, A. must give S.'a pound of his flesh' Second act in Venice Shylock's daughther Jessica gives the servant a letter for secret lover, Lorenzo 22 of Portia's suitors choose wrong casket Third actS. is furiouse 'cause J. fled the house with his ducats and Jewels >B. Sinds the portrait of P. and agree to marry leaden chest A. ships are shipwrecked so can't repay S. and put in prison Fourth act trial at Duke of Venice her father has arranged for her suitors to choose among 3 casckets, 1 of gold, 1 silver, I lead and the one who found daugther's picture will marry her →Disguised as lawyer P. Offers S. money to drop charge against A., but refuses, so she twists situation saing S.was a non-citizen who has threatened the life of citezen A. subject to the death penalty Duke spare S. life but half his possession to Venicians and half to state Fight actJand L. in front of P.mansion comment some themes end with musical accomaniment A. ask duke allow S. Keep half money if convert to christianity and give half to Jessica and Lorenzo 2 views expressed by: • Shylock greedy side • Antonio = wealth Venice settings TH Venice 16th century was an autonomous trading town. symbol of wealth and greed. = Belmont where rich, happy and sophisticated society lives. → there young people play tricks, wit and humor are pourt their life → women seem to have more power characters Shylock Jewish moneylender • complex and ephasised his humanity (hatred of Christians arose from the abuse he suffered in a Christian society) and lack of mercy for A. prevents us from considering him positive • has a doughther and wife is dead • lives in a society that deprise him Portia weathy heiress from Belmont o her beauty is matched only by her intelligence.

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 William Shakespeare
Born in Stratford-upon-Avon in April 1564, possibly 23th (St. George's day
the patron of England)
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Shakespeare: Romeo e Giulietta, Amleto, Mercante di Venezia

William Shakespeare Born in Stratford-upon-Avon in April 1564, possibly 23th (St. George's day the patron of England) Ly said to be also death Was eldest son day Attended local grammar school where he acquired a good knowledge of the English language and classical authors When only 18 married Anne Hataway (26 years old) and had 3 children: Susanna and twins Judith and Hamnet. In 1584 went to London (caught deer_hunting) ->here 1° experienced the playhouse He received into one of the acting companies were he distinguished. himself as an excelent playwright when theaters were closed because of the plague he got the support of a private patron, a young nobleman, the Earl of Southampton, to whom he dadicated his poems When theatres re-opened became major playwright of the most succesfull company of London: "The Lord Chamberlainds men In 1599 his company built the globe theatre -> most of his plays performed Beetween 1590-1596 wrote historycal dramas Beetween 1595-1605 wrote great tragedies Died in 1616, at 52 years and buried in local church. 7 years after some his friends published 36 of his plays in one volume ("First Folio") general seatures loolving scenes Progress of play-> linked to gradual clarification of things which are teft mysterious Themes are hinted but become clear later Contrast beetween scenes. ->whit many or few characters Ę > in public or in private • full of action or...

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devoted to reflection, Sometimes leaves some questions open so that we continue to think about the answer after the play is over structure Structure was flexible ->disagreed 3 Aristotelian unities of time, place and action Didn't gave much importance to the division of the acts As a rule a scene is over when all the characters have left the stage Used some conventions like soliloquies, asides, introductory passages spoken by chours, Juneral onorations and death-bed scenes stage directions Were mostly added by editors, especially in the 18th century, The text itself provides information about the atmosphere, feeling and the way an actor enters an leaves the stage Are often given indirectly, hidden in a question or a metaphor He asked the active cooperation of the spectator in making the play alive. characters Hierarchy was background of every play Almost alway a man of royal or aristocratic blood From the aristocracy the list discends to nurses, rustics and servants Importance of family ties: these relationships often in contrasting form, suggesting conflict beetween older and younger generations Symmetrical corrispondences: 3 ladies and 3 lords .... Variety of style Different levels of speech and actions to portroy his characters from different angles, close up and at a distance "Some allegorical scenes, songs, music and dances and magical transformation стаделу lenguage characterised by a wide variety of rethorical figures: similes, metaphores... Some have characteristic image molifs. ( these image_clusters are connected to the main themes of the plays and define their tones Uses obscure and archaic words, mythological illusions and invented new words themes Main themes: o family relations • love • power o money friendships • death o reality and appearence Romeo and Juliet plot In Verona starts the violence beetween the Montague and Capulet. First act 1 day opens in Verona street →Romeo reveals to his cousin is in Love with Rosalie but not returned -> He goes at the Capulets' ball where she is gonna be and there he met Juliet and it's love at first sight During party discover their families are professed enemies Romeo overhears Juliet express her love for him. →he answers and they declaire their love and desire to be married Second act -> secretly marry in the chaplet by priest Friar Laurence Third act longest act divided into 2 parts: public events full of actions (2) private events. -> Mercutio, Romeo's friend, is killed by Tybald, Juliet's cousin and in revenge Romeo Killes him and is banished to Mantua Ends with Romeo and Juliet wedding night → Juliet to avoid the marriage with Count Paris takes a drug given by Friar Laurance Fourth act-> ->The potion makes her appear to be dead -> Friar sent a message to Romeo but before it arrives he hears about Juliet and comes back to Verona Figth act He arrives at Juliet's tomb and takes some potions, dying Kisses her characters ->when she wakes up, seeing Romeo dead, she stucks herself with a dagger settings Verona italians considered violent and passionate most out-doors Romeo Montague: • presented as men belonging to the courtly love conventions. • uses image of light 11 compares her to the brilliant lights of the torches that illuminate the hall Juliet is the light that frees him from his dark melancholy and links her to sunlight at the end commits suicide rather than live without Juliet Juliet Capulet: • beautiful, ribellious, kind and loving o at beginning appears as an obedient child but her first meeting with Romeo causes her to move towards maturity o compares her love to light ->suggests their love is like lighting, a break in the blackness of the night Kills herself because of her strong love themes so powerfull that becomes more important than family, loyalties and life Power of love Passion and violence : passion leads to violence. The families hate is as strong as the lovers love Individual against society: what the lovers want against what society wants Power of fate: at beginnin chours says their love will tragically end. During they have bad feeling about what is gonna happend. Tragic end results from a pattern of incomplete knowlage Merchant of venice plót Has a main plot and a subplot 2 dispute on money matters between the Venetian Antonio and the Jewish money-lender Shylock First act Venice, Antonio tells his friends, invested all his money in foreign trade > friend Bassanio going to Belmont to woo Portia >B. needs money for his courtship so ask Shylock who lends him 3000 ducats for 3 months choice of an husband by the rich lady Portia who lives in Beltmont but if B. fails to repay him, A. must give S.'a pound of his flesh' Second act in Venice Shylock's daughther Jessica gives the servant a letter for secret lover, Lorenzo 22 of Portia's suitors choose wrong casket Third actS. is furiouse 'cause J. fled the house with his ducats and Jewels >B. Sinds the portrait of P. and agree to marry leaden chest A. ships are shipwrecked so can't repay S. and put in prison Fourth act trial at Duke of Venice her father has arranged for her suitors to choose among 3 casckets, 1 of gold, 1 silver, I lead and the one who found daugther's picture will marry her →Disguised as lawyer P. Offers S. money to drop charge against A., but refuses, so she twists situation saing S.was a non-citizen who has threatened the life of citezen A. subject to the death penalty Duke spare S. life but half his possession to Venicians and half to state Fight actJand L. in front of P.mansion comment some themes end with musical accomaniment A. ask duke allow S. Keep half money if convert to christianity and give half to Jessica and Lorenzo 2 views expressed by: • Shylock greedy side • Antonio = wealth Venice settings TH Venice 16th century was an autonomous trading town. symbol of wealth and greed. = Belmont where rich, happy and sophisticated society lives. → there young people play tricks, wit and humor are pourt their life → women seem to have more power characters Shylock Jewish moneylender • complex and ephasised his humanity (hatred of Christians arose from the abuse he suffered in a Christian society) and lack of mercy for A. prevents us from considering him positive • has a doughther and wife is dead • lives in a society that deprise him Portia weathy heiress from Belmont o her beauty is matched only by her intelligence.