By William Shakespeare
Rosalind, Orlando, and different participants of the royal courtroom get away their difficulties via working away to the wooded area. A story of tangled love plots, this unabridged model of the pastoral comedy by means of English playwright William Shakespeare was once first released in 1623; the textual content is within the public domain.
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Yet, how can they not have desires and act on them if they are to be understood as the protagonists in their own stories? In the rest of this study we explore the question of how far a woman can and should go as the agent of her own desires. From Arcadia through to Jane Eyre the web that catches the self into its own purposes is ultimately woven by means of narrative strategies that, while protecting the heroine from imputations of design, must nevertheless revise the nature and consequence of feminine ideals such as passivity and submission.
75). Metonymically, neither can Basilius govern himself, neglecting his duties on his Women of Great Wit 33 whimsical and wrong-headed interpretation of an oracle, against Philanax’s advice, thus endangering both country and family, and thoughtlessly giving in to his ill-conceived passion for a ‘woman’ who is actually a man. At a broad level Basilius represents the dangers of a political leader who fails to take advice from his counsellors – a situation familiar to Philip Sidney and many others like him.
NA, p. 330) In this passage Philoclea demonstrates the fear that taxes most romance heroines – the anxiety that they will be deemed to have invited sexual advances through their own behaviour. Tinged with Philoclea’s joy is the fear and anger that she has been tricked into staining her own honour despite herself. 56 She is emphatically aware that emotional exposure strips her of Women of Great Wit 43 respectability and esteem in societies where women’s worth depends upon chastity as the guarantee of honour.