By Stratos E. Constantinidis
This is often an anthology representing the easiest of the 124 papers offered on the twenty ninth Comparative Drama convention (California kingdom collage, Northridge). A three-day occasion, the convention drew students from seventy eight universities and faculties from around the globe.
The papers integrated right here current learn approximately drama in eire, Greece, [England], japanese Europe, Korea, Japan and North the United States.
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This is no answer, thou unfeeling man, To excuse the current of thy cruelty! I am not bound to please thee with my answers. Do all men kill the things they do not love? Hates any man the thing he would not kill? Every o›ense is not a hate at ﬁrst. What, wouldst thou have a serpent sting thee twice? I stand for judgment. Answer, shall I have it? 42–¡03]. 22 Text & Presentation, 2005 They answer questions with questions. Their questions are about the act of answering. They jockey for the position of questioner.
He is thus lent credibility because Hamlet looks to him for corroboration — not 2. The Dramatic Force of Questions in Early Modern Drama ( Joel Tansey) 21 once but three times, as if to overrule a double take: “What? I am thy father’s spirit.... Murder? Murder.... My uncle? ” Like the sentinels, once the question is answered, the Ghost is cast in the role of reliable witness. Notice also how the question prepare and help substantiate the Ghost’s long narrative that follows. The Ghost never asks a question, he only answers.
5. ). 6. I am certainly not the ﬁrst to have recognized the important role of interrogatives in Shakespeare. For Hamlet, see Levin (especially ¡9–43). For Othello, see Rudanko (especially ¡¡–33), and Moisan. Also see Altman. 7. ). 26 Text & Presentation, 2005 References Cited Altman, Joel B. The Tudor Play of Mind: Rhetorical Inquiry and the Development of Elizabethan Drama. Berkeley: University of California Press, ¡978. ’ Pratique du théâtre. Ed. Hélène Baby. Paris: Champion, 200¡. Bacon, Francis.