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The psychological novel places little stress on the interior of the character. True False
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The psychological novel places little stress on the interior of the character. False.
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Juliet likes to play with words. In the lines below, the boxes represent the locations where she uses the word "I." What does she really mean? (Hint: "Aye" means "yes.") Hath Romeo slain himself? say thou but '' And that bare vowel, '' shall poison more Than the death-darting of cockatrice: am not , if there be such an ''; Or those eyes shut that make thee answer ''. If he be slain, say '' or if not 'no:' Brief sounds determine of my weal or woe.
Weegy: The following lecture is based on the material covered in the taped lecture on Romeo and Juliet by Bill Harlan. It is not a transcription of that lecture but does contain the same information. [ All references are to the Signet paperback edition of the text. You should have that work available to consult as you cover each passage indicated by the act, scene and line numbers in boldface. I am indebted to Ann Uawithya for her assistance in preparing this text. Romeo and Juliet is fairly early in Shakespeare’s career; it was probably written and performed in the year 1595. That means that Shakespeare may have been an active playwright in the London for about seven or eight years prior to writing Romeo and Juliet. If you are familiar with Shakespearean works like Comedy of Errors, Taming of the Shrew or the early history play Richard the III, you will notice that there has been a considerable advance in terms of techniques and handling of the characters in Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare had learned very quickly on the job. ] (More)
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