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the Optimistic Theory
the Renaissance Conflict
The Dramatic Convention and Shakespeares Early Use of It
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action Aeschylus angels animals Antony and Cleopatra audience beast beginning body century chaos character chronicle play conflict conventional Coriolanus corruption creatures death described difference between appearance doth dramatic earth elements Elizabethan emphasized everything evil fact fashion Faustus feel final gives God's gods Goneril Gorboduc Hamlet hath heavens Henry hero hierarchy human nature Iago ideal images individual intellectual kind King Lear kingship last plays Lear's lechery Leontes lives lust Macbeth Machiavelli macrocosm man's nature merely mind Montaigne morality morality play Nature's Noble Kinsmen Othello passion picture Plutarch prince Prospero re-inforces reality reason relation Renaissance Richard Sabunde says scene seems sense Shake Shakespeare situation sixteenth sixteenth-century soul speaks speare's speech spheres stars story Tamburlaine Tempest Thersites things thou thought Timon tion traditional views tragedy tragic trans Troilus and Cressida truth Ulysses universal views of man's violation vision whole Winter's Tale words writers