Even the most resolutely disengaged students can finally 'discover' and thrill to the rhythms and passions of Shakespeare's plays! Award-winning teachers and Shakespearean scholars have extensively trialled their approach to teaching Shakespeare's plays in the classroom, and this series is the result! The plays in this series are becoming increasingly popular for student resources in schools as English and Drama teachers discover their fabulous teaching and learning qualities. Insight Study Guides are written by experts and cover a range of popular literature, plays and films. Designed to provide insight and an overview about each text for students and teachers, these guides endeavor to develop knowledge and understanding rather than just provide answers and summaries.
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The speech includes a line of trochaic pentameter (the capitalised letters indicate the stressed beats in the following passage): KENT EDGAR Why SHOULD a DOG, a HORSE, a RAT,. 12 Insight Shakespeare Plays.
KENT EDGAR Why SHOULD a DOG, a HORSE, a RAT, have LIFE, (iambic) AndTHOU no BREATH at ALL?Thou'lt COME no MORE; (iambic) NEVer, NEVer, NEVer, NEVer, NEVer. (trochaic) (Act 5 Scene 3) Notice how the rhythm in the final quoted line is not ...
... between Gloucester and Kent about Edmund's origins is followed by Lear's dramatic opening speech in verse. Another example, also from Act 1 Scene 1, is the shift to prose after the love-test has ended and Cordelia has departed.
Husband of THE DUKE OF CORNWALL Adviser to Daughter of Suitor and then husband to Suitor to Servant of THE KING OF BURGUNDY THE KING OF FRANCE CORDELIA THE FOOL THE EARL OF KENT / CAIUS Also appearing: Curan (a courtier), ...
In fury, King Lear divides Cordelia's portion of the kingdom between Gonerill and Regan and banishes his servant Kent for protesting on Cordelia's behalf. Although Cordelia now lacks property, the King of France is impressed by her ...
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