Title: Review Of Shakespear's "the Tempest"
|Date:||November 10, 2005|
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What value does learning the archaic vernacular give to the
reader. Surely it does not increase their
word power or sophisticate their
vocabulary, for nowhere, not even in among people of high intellecutal
refinement such as venerable college professers, is this dead language used...
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This use of metaphor is so heavy and outlandish that it
becomes extrodinarily difficult to interpret and causes the words to fall
into chaotic ambiguity. In fact, it is not unreasonable to define the
language of the text as sophistry. A great example of heavy metaphor in The
Tempest is the line "O heaven , O earth, bear witness to this sound, / and
crown what I profess with kind event / If I speak true; if hollowly, invert /
What best is boded me to mischief...
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