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From "Specimen of a commentary on Shakespeare" (1794) [on "Macbeth"].

Whiter, Walter.

From "Specimen of a commentary on Shakespeare" (1794) [on "Macbeth"].

by Whiter, Walter.

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  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616.

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    In : Shakespeare : Macbeth. 1968. pp.63-76. (London and Basingstoke).

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    Open LibraryOL13983775M

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    A Specimen of a Commentary on Shakespeare, containing [I] Notes on As You Like It [II] An Attempt to Explain and Illustrate Various Passages of Shakespeare on a New Principle of Criticism, derived from Mr. Locke’s Doctrine of the Association of Ideas. London: Printed for T. Cadell, Verses John After these things Jesus walked in Galilee. The situation surveyed. I. THE SCENE IN GALILEE: the attitude of Christ’s brethren. 1. The counsel they offered. That Christ should repair to the centre of the theocratic kingdom and make His Messianic claims where they could be competently examined (John )

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Abstract. The example below shows the kind of close critical attention needed to analyse the text. During the course of your study the entire text should have been subjected to close scrutiny, with the aid of a good annotated edition and a reputable dictionary (for example, the Oxford English Dictionary in several volumes) which will help you with unfamiliar sentence constructions and obscure Author: Jean R.

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[45 marks] or. The Shakespeare Book is a phenomenal, comprehensive guide to William Shakespeare's vast body of work. In it, each play gets its own chapter that features a thorough plot synopsis, a detailed character breakdown, analyses of themes, cases for merit, write-ups /5. His longer works include a monograph on Ferdinand de Saussure, Stars, Tigers and the Shape of Words, and self-published book-length commentaries on poems by Wordsworth (Field Notes: 'The Solitary Reaper' and others) and Shakespeare (They That Haue Powre to Hurt; A Specimen of a Commentary on Shake-speares Sonnets, 94).

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The Reverend Walter Whiter (30 October in Birmingham, England– 23 July in Hardingham) was an English philologist and literary is known for his work A Specimen of a Commentary on Shakspeare.

Specimen, which explored As You Like It in terms of John Locke's philosophy of associationism, has been described as the first work of literary criticism to use scientific psychology. Specimen Paper 1 Mark Scheme (PDF, KB) Specimen Paper 2 (PDF, KB) Specimen Paper 2 Mark Scheme (PDF, KB) Specimen Paper 3 (PDF, KB) Specimen Paper 3 Mark Scheme (PDF, KB) Specimen Paper 4 (PDF, KB) Specimen Paper 4 Mark Scheme (PDF, KB) Specimen Paper 3 () (PDF, KB).Question: How does the bell jar function as a symbol in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar?

Thesis: “A bell jar is a bell-shaped glass that has three basic uses: to hold a specimen for observation, to contain gases, and to maintain a vacuum. The bell jar appears in each of these capacities in The Bell Jar, Plath’s semi-autobiographical novel, and each appearance marks a different stage in.Paper 1 Shakespeare and the 19th-century novel.

Date Morning 1 hour 45 minutes. Materials. For this paper you must have: • An AQA page answer book. Instructions • Answer. one. question from. Section A.

and. one. question from. Section B. • Write the information required on the front of your answer book. • Use black ink or File Size: KB.