I was talking to my teacher today and she said that I should not focus on the interpretations such as femanists and family and phsycology......what do u guys think???? I think that I have enough to remember without focusing on that!!!!
Our teacher told us that they don't necessarily want "readings" off texts, but you need to evaluate it and do your own reading. I suppose if you do both then that's just as good, but you need to make sure you make some sort of critical judgement as well...that i realised that wwe have to form our own perceptions of the play..what does this exactly mean..??
Used in Trial Essay which focussed on the sub plot.jebemti said:but how can you make you own reading of the play what should it include in it .....are u judging the text and its validity or what
can some1 give me an example of a sentence which shows "YOUR" interpretation of the play cause im really lsot
god i hate lear
This brings in my own opinion, supported by critical interpretations and dealing with how such an interpretation disturbs textual integrity. I would then go on from there to explore how the theme of redemption is reified in various productions.morganforrest said:In my opinion, taking elements from the Christian and New Historicist schools, the 'promis'd end' referred to by Kent sees Lear move from the madness and despair experienced on the heath into a new relationship with the inherently redemptive character of Cordelia. While Lear still has a long way to go in terms of growth in his misogynist tendencies, to suggest the play is entirely nihilistic simply does not hold water