Download PDF by Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom: All's Well That Ends Well (Bloom's Shakespeare Through the
By Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom
A research consultant to at least one of Shakespeare's maximum performs that features a number of feedback throughout the centuries, in addition to an creation through the writer, a precis of the plot, a entire checklist of characters, a biography of Shakespeare, and extra.
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Well, he scatters “the honour of his house,” the bequest of his ancestors, and the “greatest obloquy in the world” to all the winds, and parts with the ring to her; and she, in return, makes an assignation with him; and, like a true-hearted woman, contrives that his own wife shall keep the appointment. ” STA All's Well That Ends Well fi47 47 11/23/2009 3:43:37 PM 48 All’s Well That Ends Well But all the subordinate characters in this play are so well conceived and carefully developed, that they are interesting in and for themselves, and independently of the general story.
One in ten quotha? ” The reasons he gives to the Countess why her son (and his master) should be a “melancholy man,” are neat, apprehensive, and witty; but he does not give his mother the real reason of her son Bertram’s “melancholy;” which was, that he was ill at ease with himself, having lost his own self-respect. He was in an exalted station in society, and he possessed a rascal soul; quite enough to make any man “melancholy,” who had a glimpse of self-knowledge and self-respect. ” “Count. By what observance, I pray you?
The common soldiers, for instance, who entrap and hoodwink Monsieur Parolles, are complete specimens of their class; and, indeed, we shall have occasion to notice in other of Shakespeare’s plays, where he has introduced the private soldier, in how accurate a manner he has varied the features of the individual, maintaining all the while the integral identity of the species. Under whatever aspect he introduces the soldier, he uniformly makes him a man of the world, bearing about him an atmosphere of manner belonging to those who have quartered in various countries, and among varieties of customs.
All's Well That Ends Well (Bloom's Shakespeare Through the Ages) by Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom