3 edition of Art and artifice in Shakespeare found in the catalog.
Art and artifice in Shakespeare
Elmer Edgar Stoll
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Elmer Edgar Stoll.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 178 p.|
|Number of Pages||178|
For all his intelligence, Hamlet has a habit of misinterpreting people. Other mighty individuals have been suggested in place of Prospero, but in such cases there is merely the substitution of one name for Art and artifice in Shakespeare book, whereby however nothing is explained. If anyone from the modern times could be compared to Shakespeare, Carlyle believes that only the German Poet Goethe is somewhat comparable to the English Poet. Popular entertainers usually crave respect, as the Shakespeare of the Sonnets seems to have done, but they still need to please at least some portion of the groundlings, and Shakespeare had too busy a schedule to even attempt perfection. They, too, have been separated from the ship's company by the tempest, and from a natural attraction of character have been brought together with Caliban. Or, to revert to our abstract terms, we behold the two principles of Prospero's character, the Individual and Universal, objectified into independent forms by the Imagination of the Poet.
He is the slave of Prospero, compelled to perform all the menial duties; in other words, his is the service of sense. Moreover, we see its earliest form: spirit is overcome and is subordinate to flesh, to sense. It is now the duty of the interpreter to translate these poetic forms and mediations into Thought. Yet he himself is not without guilt; the real world has a claim upon him as ruler, which claim he has totally ignored.
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I, think he tells us, in saying that Ariel, by command of Prospero, caused the tempest and dispersed the company, that tempests are called up by the Poet — that they are a poetical instrument employed to bring about a separation of parties, and to scatter them into different places as here.
She is excited by sympathy for the sufferers, when the father assures her that no one has perished — in fact, no one can perish — in the vessel.
Here he is — Ariel — who now drops his invisible form and appears to them like a harpy, the symbol of vengeance. A trifle, some eightpenny matter. On every page of this collection the gifted literary stylist admirably demonstrates not only that the characteristics of art are "distinction, charm, beauty, and imaginative power," but also that criticism itself can Art and artifice in Shakespeare book raised to an art form possessing these very qualities.
What form shall we assign to Ariel and Caliban? It feels like one Art and artifice in Shakespeare book those Turgenev novellas that get mixed up in your imagination, so that you end up crossing the characters from one story with the plot from another.
Journal of Speculative Philosophy. It has already been pointed out that his feigning an objection to the love-match resulted from his poetical prevision, and hence that such an objection must finally be abandoned. Because Ariel and Caliban are thoughts more than images; they are not only far beyond the realm of sensuous representation, but even begin to transcend the realm of pure imagination; hence we can read them and think them, but cannot image them with clearness; they lie too far in the sphere of unpicturable thought.
Copyright information. Shakespeare writes a series of poems to a young nobleman, the Increase Sonnets. The highest attainment of intelligence may be expressed by just this word — reconciliation.
Prospero is, therefore, the mighty spirit standing behind and portraying the collisions of his own individual life and of finite existence generally. For Goethe in Germany as well, Shakespeare was a bard, a mystical seer. Like many of the characters in the plays, the author of the Sonnets is never just one thing.
Shakespeare's Tempest D. Though Ariel has assumed this shape to the wicked three, yet the reader has all along known that it was merely a poetical form; that Ariel, in reality, is not a minister of Fate, but of Prospero, of spirit, of self-determination.
Yet he himself remains a slave and performs the same servile duties; he will kiss the foot of the new deity, dig pig-nuts for him, and carry all his wood — a task which is Art and artifice in Shakespeare book irksome to do for Prospero.
But now, when consent has been given, and the hindrances smoothed over, a second time he appears as Poet, as if to leave no doubt of his nature in the mind of the reader or Art and artifice in Shakespeare book. Elmer Edgar Stoll, in Art and Artifice in Shakespearestressed the ways in which the plays could be seen as constructs intimately connected with their historical environment.
Long ago a critic suggested that Prospero was Shakespeare. Thus he gives the same meaning, the same content, which is found in the play; but he addresses the Reason and Understanding instead of the Imagination.
First appears before us the Family, the primary relation of man — here that of father and daughter, the latter of whom speaks in the first line of her parent's art, which she herself, being purely individual, does not possess, but still knows of.
But Prospero also possesses the side of universality; he is spirit, intelligence, which comprehends, solves, and portrays all the collisions of the finite world.
Though other poets have used similar materials and means, yet their products have been entirely different from these plays not only in degree of excellence but also in kind. Watchers who experienced the clean patriotic uplift of the St. The general movement is the same in all three: a breach in the real world, a transition to the ideal world where the breach is healed, and a return to the real world.
Such is the solution demanded by reason, and the one which Shakespeare universally gives to such a collision. She did not wish to provoke an expensive and bloody war with powerful Catholic states or to tar an entire religion with the crimes of a few fanatics.
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