Shakespeare and the Language of Doubt

Shakespeare and the Language of Doubt

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My analysis shall most distinctly foreground the connection between disguise, rhetoric, and dissembling and the skeptical ethos of Shakespeare's time. I shall argue that this skepticism entailed the cordoning off of theological matters with concurrent attention to worldly affairs moving toward pragmatism. When the heavenly cannot be known, it is the phenomenal that counts.CHAPTER 1: HAMLET: BEFORE AND AFTER When Linda Charnes tells us that a€œ Hamlet occupies the ... in on Hamleta#39;s sea change, a€œNo Elizabethan lore, no reading in Aristotle, nor even in Montaigne, can help to answer that questiona€ ( Ruin 58). Bloom is probably right with his point that literature resists definitive answers.


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