Shakespearean Outsiders' Rhetoric and Keats' Negative Capability

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In one of his letters John Keats (1795- 1821) proposes the concept of negative capability which invites thinkers to be capable of being in 'uncertainties, mysteries and doubts' which ultimately helps the mind retain an openness that borders on disinterestedness and self-annihilation. In his opinion, Shakespeare is a man of achievement who represents negative capability. The hypothesis is that negative capability is not only an artistic quality but also a human experience, so the present study makes the concept of negative capability the focus of study by attempting to employ its definition and apply it on three of Shakespeare's tragic characters, namely Othello, King Lear and Hamlet, and the possible changes in their rhetoric will be investigated.
Autor: Hussein Salimian Rizi
MA Graduate in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures from the University of Vienna and PhD Candidate in English and American Studies at the University of Vienna.

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Autor: Hussein Salimian Rizi
ISBN-13 :: 9783330071186
ISBN: 3330071184
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Gewicht: 159g
Seiten: 96
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 220x150x6 mm
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