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Comic relief is the inclusion of a humorous character, scene, or witty dialogue in an otherwise ... Greek tragedy does not allow any comic relief. Even the Elizabethan critic Sidney following Horace...

Romeo and Juliet: Act I Scene 3 Summary & Analysis | Shakespeare ...

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The Nurse is a comic character who is a foil for Juliet, contrasting Juliet's ... The festival is used to symbolize fertility and plentitude, qualities which can be linked  ...

Glossary of Literary Terms | Pasco-Hernando State College Writing ...

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beast fable –a fable that has animals with human qualities as characters ... will and forced to live in another culture; generally associated with stories white people have ... Sophocles, and Euripides where the art forms of tragedy and comedy began. .... foil – a character created as a contrast to another character as a way of .....

characterization characterization in shakespearean ... - MURAL

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Nov 4, 2006 ... 3.2.1 Hairstyle in Shakespearean times and comic characters. 3.2.1.1 .... physical and mental qualities and disposition were held to be determined) ... these are the main differences between tragedy and comedy: He claims and defends the ... Also, foil and stock characters are often inserted into the plot. (10).

Altogether governed by humours: The four ancient temperaments in ...

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Feb 29, 2008 ... evidence that identifies the traits associated with each temperament. ... these four characters, the reader may become familiar with the humor that each ... In Lady Macbeth, the leading lady of the tragedy Macbeth, ..... Aguecheek and Sir Toby Belch, serve as comic foils to the lovers of the play, as Sir Toby.

Literary Terms and Definitions F - Carson-Newman College

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The interaction of these animals or objects reveals general truths about human ... Marie de France also have qualities of the fairy tale--especially wish fulfillment. .... in sets rather than alone, with a comic interlude between plays or between acts. ..... For instance, in the film Chasing Amy, the character Silent Bob is a foil for h...

Lit Terms with Definitions YOU MUST KNOW THESE - BWSD

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Elizabethan drama – English comic and tragic plays produced during the ... 107. epithet – a brief phrase that points out traits associated with a particular person or ... 119. foil – a character who provides a contrast to another character, thus ...

Literary Terms - Cummings Study Guides

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Examples of adages are the following: .... they always symbolize the same positive or negative qualities, according to Swiss psychiatrist ... The adjective Attic has long been associated with the culture, language and art of Athens. ..... Foil (1) A secondary or minor character in a literary work who contrasts or clashes with the ...

Fooling Around:The Court Jesters of Shakespeare - LaGrange College

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There was the comic chorus of ancient Greek plays, ... fame in Elizabethan England. Richard Tarlton ... is the amount of influence Armin had on the creation of these roles. There is a .... Many of Touchstone's qualities, such as his vulgarity and tendency to ..... between the genres of Shakespeare's comedies and tragedies.

East English Student Handbook - Sturgis Charter Public School

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the following reactions: (1) Audience members resolve to avoid conflicts of the main ... Connotation: The associated meanings of a word or expression (for the ... Foil: (1) A secondary or minor character in a literary work who contrasts or ..... reference to certain authors: for example Elizabethan tragedy, or tragedy in the works ...

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Handbook of Literary Terms - Concord Public Schools

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FOIL: a character who serves by contrast to emphasize the qualities of another character .... CONNOTATION: all the emotions or feelings associated with a word ... TERZA RIMA: consists of linked groups of three rhymes in the following .... comic characters, speeches, or scenes into a serious or tragic work to reduce tension.

Literary Terms - Academic Home Page

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Aug 7, 2012 ... In indirect presentation, a character's traits are revealed by action and speech. ... A foil is a secondary character who contrasts with a major character; ... For example, when we read a comic book, we accept that a light bulb ... Genre: a literary species or form, e.g., tragedy, epic, comedy, novel, essay, ...

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There are elements of all these qualities in his characterisation. Petruchio is undoubtedly a fortune-hunter, associated with money and animal .... Baptista Minola is a conventional Elizabethan patriarch: He is attached to at least ... He frequently makes derogatory comments about Kate, and serves as another comic foil in the ...