I actually cannot find the definitions even in Wiktionary. Though I do think that for some of the words on … Continue reading 10 Archaic Words You Usually Find In Classical Literature
“So Grendel waged his lonely war, inflicting constant cruelties on the people, atrocious hurt. He took over Heorot, haunted the glittering hall after dark, but the throne itself, the treasure-seat, he was kept from approaching; he was the Lord’s outcast.” – “Beowulf,” Lines 164-169 Continue reading An Analysis Of The Roles Of Kings In “Beowulf”
“Why, so, brave lords, when we do join in league I am a lamb” – Titus Andronicus Act IV Scene II Continue reading An Insight Into William Shakespeare’s Portrayal Of Outsiders
“Hath not a Jew…warmed and cooled by the same winter and summer as a Christian is?” – “The Merchant of Venice,” Act III.1 Continue reading Should The Modern Audience Reimagine Shakespeare’s Most Notorious Character?
“O reason not the need!” – “The History of King Lear,” Act II.4 Continue reading Why Shakespeare Is More Relevant Than A Course Requirement
DISCLAIMER: This article was originally posted on Odyssey. As an English major, I was taught that plays written by … Continue reading Shakespeare Was Not As Original As You Think
“There she shook the holy water from her heavenly eyes” – The History Of King Lear, Act IV.3a Continue reading In Opposition To Cordelia’s Death In “The History Of King Lear”